Hannibal Barca wrote:I have a tough question for you my friend. How you think they manage all this media networks around the world to play their game?
Via money? Their share of global gdp doesn't guarantees such a domination. Via what mechanisms you think they do it?
This is what I have learned from reading around here in Canada and the media here: USA invests money into other countries media. But they don't really do it entirely just "Here is money, now go". More like, they will either get one of their own media groups to purchase out another media companies in other country, or release a version for their country. For instance, my co-worker has a membership to mens health magazine and he gets all of their editions. He has ones from Germany, England, Norway, Denmark, India, Philippines, Czech Republic, etc. All the same magazine, but in multiple languages. Wouldn't be hard either. They can get a person or couple of people who speak the language and do the work there. Or open an office in these respective countries.
The other one is that they are not actually using their own story, but parroting a story from a specific article from another place. WSJ and The Economist, and a couple others are always parroted in many countries (even Russia).