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Merging Media Corporations are in recent days becoming ever more controversial for the fact they control a massive amount of information reaching the public With the recent merging of ABC and Disney concern has grown about whether the information from all the news programs and magazines might not be telling the whole story all of the time Picture this An ocean full of small fish all competing at the same level All of a sudden a larger fish swallows up a few of the smaller fish for lunch And to the surprise and dismay of the first large fish an even larger second fish swallows it whole This process repeats itself again and again in the shape of an upward spiral Media corporations are now exactly like that ocean of fish But instead of an ocean full of many competing fish there are now only five powerful ones With these five big fish of media corporations the communication of truth may be thrown off balance Time Warner merges with Turner Viacom merges with CBS Disney merges with ABC Merger mergers with Merger Tongue-Twister - Or a large fear from the public Mergers have become rampant throughout the United States and all around the globe Large media corporations are being gobbled up by even larger media corporations in a matter of months With all this in light conspiracy questions are rising to the surface as to how much power and information these mega-merged companies hold One more merger could mean massive control by only a few men over what is sent into Americans households Now that networks are allowed to own their own programs information flow could be corrupted beyond recognition Should the people of the free world be wary of what these mergers have in store I would have to answer that with a definite yes unless of course I was hired by one of the big five Scenario A crude oil tanker crashes
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