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Shadows of liberty.

Tremblay, Jean-Philippe (Filmmaker), (film director,, film producer,, screenwriter.). Cantagallo, Dan, (screenwriter,, film producer.). Glover, Danny, (interviewee (expression)). Assange, Julian, (interviewee (expression)). Rather, Dan (interviewee (expression)). Goodman, Amy, 1957- (interviewee (expression)). Simon, David, 1960- (interviewee (expression)). Gregory, Dick, (interviewee (expression)). Ellsberg, Daniel, (interviewee (expression)). Shale, Kerry, (narrator.). Directed by Jean-Philippe Tremblay. (Cast).

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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 51 min.)) : sound, color
  • Publisher: [United States] : Syndicado : 2012.

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Restrictions on Access Note: Digital content provided by hoopla.
Creation/Production Credits Note: Directed by Jean-Philippe Tremblay.
Participant or Performer Note: Danny Glover, Julian Assange, Dan Rather, Amy Goodman, David Simon, Dick Gregory, Daniel Ellsberg ; narrator, Kerry Shale.
Summary, etc.: 90% of the media in the USA are controlled by five big for-profit-conglomerats, creating a media monopoly that manipulates our political, economical, and social world. Shadows of Liberty reveals the extraordinary truth behind the news media: censorship, cover-ups and corporate control. Filmmaker Jean-Philippe Tremblay takes an intrepid journey through the darker corridors of the American media landscape, where global conglomerates call the shots. For decades, their overwhelming influence has distorted news journalism and compromised its values. In highly revealing stories, renowned journalists, activists and academics give insider accounts of a broken media system. Controversial news reports are suppressed, people are censored for speaking out, and lives are shattered as the arena for public expression is turned into a private profit zone. Tracing the story of media manipulation through the years, Shadows of Liberty poses a crucial question: why have we let a handful of powerful corporations write the news? We're left in no doubt - media reform is urgent and freedom of the press is fundamental.
Target Audience Note: Not rated.
System Details Note: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Mass media > Economic aspects > United States.
Mass media > Ownership > United States.
Corporate power > United States.
Mass media > Censorship > United States.
Journalism > United States.
Journalism > Objectivity > United States.
Freedom of the press > United States.
Press and propaganda > United States.
Mass media > Political aspects > United States.
Mass media and culture > United States.

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