Bill Moyers Media Reform Speech 2007

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Bill Moyers speaks before 3,500 at the opening of the 2007 National Conference on Media Reform.

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Bill Moyers: “Big Media is Ravenous. It Never Gets Enough. Always Wants More. And it Will Stop at Nothing to Get It. These Conglomerates are an Empire, and they are Imperial.” The veteran broadcast journalist Bill Moyers spoke before 3,500 at the opening of the 2007 National Conference on Media Reform in Memphis. He announced his return to the airwaves and outlined his vision of media reform. “As ownership gets more and more concentrated, fewer and fewer independent sources of information have survived in the marketplace; and those few significant alternatives that do survive, such as PBS and NPR, are under growing financial and political pressure to reduce critical news content and to shift their focus in a mainstream direction, which means being more attentive to establishment views than to the bleak realities of powerlessness that shape the lives of ordinary people.”