Berlusconi Has a First Name – It's M-O-G-U-L

Friday, April 29, 2005

Transcript

Silvio Berlusconi has been Italy's prime minister for the past four years. He's also the man who owns and controls 90 percent of Italy's television stations. And a major publishing house. Plus national papers and magazines. For the most part, Italians, and journalists, have quietly put up with this near media monopoly. Until now. As Megan Williams reports in Rome, the political tide may be turning for Silvio Berlusconi. And it seems this time, TV isn't keeping him afloat.

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