Corporate Media Literacy

Saturday, July 14, 2001

The Alliance for a Media Literate America holds education seminars to teach people how to avoid being manipulated by the media. The trouble is, this requires money, and AMLA gets its funding from some of the same media corporations whose tricky methods it is trying to fight. Conflict of interest? Reporter Paul Ingles looks into it.

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