Taking into account any contractual relations between black-owned media companies and America’s corporate media, until the nation’s monopolized industry experiences a revolt seismic enough where black subscribers completely abandon cable TV, then cutting deals with the nation’s six largest media conglomerates will likely remain an inimical and humiliating one-sided-experience for black-owned media companies.
Did you know that between 1983 and 1984, fifty independent media companies owned the majority of media interests within the United States? In contrast, a whopping ninety percent of the United States’ media is controlled by six corporate media conglomerates today.
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This article “The Rise of Cable TV – A History of TV Entertainment” is intriguing as well.