Monday, July 26, 2004

Ted Turner discusses big media; how does big media affect actors?:
Today, the only way for media companies to survive is to own everything up and down the media chain--from broadcast and cable networks to the sitcoms, movies, and news broadcasts you see on those stations; to the production studios that make them; to the cable, satellite, and broadcast systems that bring the programs to your television set; to the Web sites you visit to read about those programs; to the way you log on to the Internet to view those pages. Big media today wants to own the faucet, pipeline, water, and the reservoir. The rain clouds come next
(from The Washington Monthly). Are we (actors, writers, directors, designers, technicians, etc.) the rainclouds?

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