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Rupert Murdoch and the Freedom of the Press (January, 1969)

LPC en media | Julio 11, 2011

"I think the important thing is that there will be plenty of newspapers with plenty of different people controlling them so there is a variety of viewpoints and there's a choice for the public. This is the freedom of the press that is needed. Freedom of the press mustn't be one-sided, just for the publisher, so he can speak as he pleases and try and bully the comunity, there must be an alternative. As long as we have alternatives, I think the public's very well protected."

Rupert Murdock, Newscorp.

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