Oh but the Network, major newspaper and PBS talking heads say we need
gate keepers and pretty much all of them except Knight Ridder left
the gate open for the Bush Neocon team on Iraq WMDs and terrorist
connection accroding to a story by Bill Moyers. Knight Ridder it
appears did not have a major outlet in DC and NYC.--- In
, "Kevin Carson"
> On 4/30/07, Jesse Walker <jwalker@...> wrote:
> > http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bal-
> > Fade to black
> > Technology moves video, audio production away from large
> > As software-based editing products and digital technology
> > put professional editing tools into the hands of freelancers and
> > businesses, many of the larger local production houses closed up
> > What was once a studio outfitted with of tens of thousands of
> > worth of software and hardware has been reduced to an affordable
> > that workers can carry from job to job, allowing many to open up
> > own businesses and edit from home or a small studio.
> > It's a trend that has played out around the country. And while
> > large production houses remain, few are independently owned,
> > Altman, editor in chief for Post Magazine, which covers the
> > post-production and digital entertainment industries.
> > "All these big companies, they can't afford to stay open
> > Altman said.
> Cool! I forwarded this to Michel Bauwens of the P2P Foundation
> Kevin Carson
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