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What happens in the West is that there is
no border between state interest and commercial
interest. The edges of the state, as a result
of privatization, are fuzzed and blurred
out into the edges of companies. So, when
you look at how The Guardian behaves, or
how The New York Times behaves, it is part
of that mesh of corporate and state interests
seamlessly blurring into each other.
Assange - Western
Large newspapers are routinely censored
by legal costs. It is time this stopped.
It is time a country said, enough is enough,
justice must be seen, history must be preserved,
and we will give shelter from the storm.
Assange - Newspapers
There is no substitute for knowledge. To
this day, I read three newspapers a day.
It is impossible to read a paper without
being exposed to ideas. And ideas.. more
than money.. are the real currency for success.
Broad - Money
I've always studied business. Even when
I was a ball player, I'd read business journals
and the business sections of newspapers.
Johnson - Business
A newspaper is a device for making the ignorant
more ignorant and the crazy crazier.
L. Mencken - Newspapers
I was wise to quit writing for the Sun back
in January, 1941, for it was obvious by
then that Roosevelt would horn into the
war soon or late, and I knew by bitter experience
in the last war that I'd be throttled at
once. Since then I have thought out many
likely articles, but not one of them has
been printable. In these days, indeed, my
very vocabulary is prohibited. I couldn't
so much as mention Roosevelt or Churchill
or any of the other frauds without having
to face a savage official onslaught, with
all blows directed below the belt. The common
notion that free speech prevails in the
United States always makes me laugh.
L. Mencken - Government
of Speech - Fraud
The course of the United States in World
War II, I said, was dishonest, dishonorable,
and ignominious, and the Sunpapers, by supporting
Roosevelt's foreign policy, shared in this
L. Mencken - America
The profit motive is not only fundamental
to our ability to reward shareholders and
pay employees; it's fundamental to excellent
journalism. Far from corrupting the craft,
profits enhance it. Expansion drives diversity
and diversity protects and strengthens our
Murdoch - Growth
The industry is littered with self-styled
purists who believe the business of media..
the requirement to make a profit.. somehow
corrupts the craft.
Murdoch - Business
There is so much media now with the Internet
and people, and so easy and so cheap to
start a newspaper or start a magazine, theres
just millions of voices and people want
to be heard.
Murdoch - Internet
Most newspaper companies still have their
heads in the sand, but other media companies
Murdoch - Change
News.. communicating news and ideas, I guess..
is my passion. And giving people alternatives
so that they have two papers to read and
alternative television channels.
Murdoch - Media
We're not a manufacturer, or an airline,
but we do use energy. Printing and publishing
newspapers, producing films, broadcasting
television signals, operating 24-hour newsrooms.
It all adds carbon to the atmosphere.
Murdoch - Climate
Change - Responsibility
I never expected to be in the papers. I
personally never expected to be in the papers.
The height of my ambition for these books
was, well frankly, to get reviewed. A lot
of children's books don't even get reviewed..
forget good review, bad review. Personally,
no, I never expected to be in the papers
so it's an odd experience when it happens
K. Rowling - Success
The art critics on some of Britain's newspapers
could as easily have been assigned gardening
or travel, and been cheerfully employed
Saatchi - Criticism
If you don't read the newspaper, you are
uninformed; if you do read the newspaper,
you are misinformed.
Twain - Newspapers
When all is said and done, what must be
remembered is a newspaper is a business.
It used to be a fabulous business that made
extraordinary margins. It's now a very good
business with appropriate margins.
Zell - Companies
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