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Name three different systems of media ownership that can be found worldwide, name a country where each system can be found?
Concentration of media ownership (also known as media consolidation or media convergence) is a process whereby progressively fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media.[1] Contemporary research demonstrates [ increasing levels of consolidation, with many media industries already highly concentrated and dominated by a very small number of firms.[2][3] Globally,
large media conglomerates include, National Amusements, Viacom, CBS Corporation, Time Warner, News Corp, Bertelsmann AG, Sony, General Electric, Vivendi SA, The Walt Disney Company, Hearst Corporation, Organiza??es Globo and Lagard?re Group.[4][5][6] As of 2010, The Walt Disney Company is the largest media conglomerate in the US, with News Corporation, Time Warner and Viacom ranking second, third and fourth respectively.[7] ]
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User: Name three different systems of media ownership that can be found worldwide, name a country where each system can be found?

Weegy: Concentration of media ownership (also known as media consolidation or media convergence) is a process whereby progressively fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media.[1] Contemporary research demonstrates [ increasing levels of consolidation, with many media industries already highly concentrated and dominated by a very small number of firms.[2][3] Globally, large media conglomerates include, National Amusements, Viacom, CBS Corporation, Time Warner, News Corp, Bertelsmann AG, Sony, General Electric, Vivendi SA, The Walt Disney Company, Hearst Corporation, Organiza??es Globo and Lagard?re Group.[4][5][6] As of 2010, The Walt Disney Company is the largest media conglomerate in the US, with News Corporation, Time Warner and Viacom ranking second, third and fourth respectively.[7] ]
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Weegy: About the Media Ownership Rules The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is once again considering relaxing the media ownership rules. [ So what specific rules might they change or eliminate? Newspaper/Broadcast Cross-Ownership Newspaper/broadcast cross-ownership refers to a single company owning both a local newspaper and a local television station in one community. For more than 30 years, the FCC has had a rule in place to prevent this practice. The rationale for the cross-ownership ban is clear: A single owner deprives a community of important, diverse sources of news, information and opinion. Big Media argues that they can provide better journalism to a community by sharing the resources of the print and television news staffs. However, in cities where the FCC has allowed newspaper-television combinations (under "grandfather" clauses or by granting temporary waivers), there have been cases of cross-promotion replacing substantive reporting, disregard of diverse and critical voices, and inadequate coverage of the media business itself. ]
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Weegy: The 3 Types of Media Ownership are (1) Public/State Media (2) Corporate Media (3) Private Broadcasters. User: which countries can these media ownership be found Weegy: Media cross-ownership in the United States In the United States, movie production is known to be dominated by major studios since the early 20th Century; before that, there was a period in which Edison's Trust monopolized the industry. [ The music and television industries recently witnessed cases of media consolidation, with Sony Music Entertainment's parent company merging their music division with Bertelsmann AG's BMG to form Sony BMG and TimeWarner's The WB and CBS Corp.'s UPN merging to form The CW. In the case of Sony BMG, there existed a "Big Five" (now "Big Four") of major record companies, while The CW's creation was an attempt to consolidate ratings and stand up to the "Big Four" of American network (terrestrial) television (this despite the fact that the CW was, in fact, partially owned by one of the Big Four in CBS). In television, the vast majority of broadcast and basic cable networks, over a hundred in all, are controlled by nine corporations: News Corporation (the Fox family of channels), The Walt Disney Company (which includes the ABC, ESPN and Disney brands), CBS Corporation, Viacom, Comcast (which includes the NBC brands), Time Warner, Discovery Communications, E. W. Scripps Company, Cablevision, or some combination thereof (examples including the aforementioned The CW as well as A&E Networks, which is a consortium of Comcast and Disney). ] (More)
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Three different systems of media ownership that can be found worldwide
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a) Restricted system of ownership with media enterprises in the hands of governments. e.g. Iran.. b) Liberal ownership with complete freedom of speech.. e.g. [ [ Scandinavian nations c) Moderately open system of media ownership with government as well as private owners.. e.g. China and India.. ] ]
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