cross-media ownership

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The ownership by one organization (or by a media mogul) of interests in more than one mass medium, especially where this includes both print media (newspapers and/or magazines) and broadcasting companies (radio and/or television). In some countries concerns about monopolies (especially issues of media power, information, access, and quality) have led to media regulation restricting such practices. See also vertical integration.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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