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David Cromwell interview with John Pilger

Q: First of all, congratulations on your recent award in Sweden. A: Thank you! Sweden is becoming a bit of a second home to me. I’m published there and books are translated. I’ve had a column published in one of the Swedish papers. I always find that good things happen when I go to Sweden!
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David Edwards interview with Jon Snow

Q: There’s a radical analysis of the media which says that wealthy owners, parent companies, advertisers, and so on, act as filters that tend to remove facts and ideas damaging to powerful corporate and state interests. Are you aware of that argument, and what do you make of it…?
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David Edwards interview with Alan Rusbridger

Q: There’s a radical analysis of the media which says that wealthy owners, parent companies, advertisers, and the profit orientation of the media, act as filters that tend to remove facts and ideas that are damaging to powerful corporate and state interests.
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David Edwards interview with Roger Alton

Q: There’s a radical analysis of the media which says that wealthy owners, parent companies, advertisers, and so on, act as filters that tend to remove facts and ideas that are damaging to powerful corporate and state interests. What do you make of that argument?
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David Edwards interview with Denis Halliday

According to Unicef, the United Nations Children’s Fund, 4,000 more children under five are dying every month in Iraq than would have died before Western sanctions were imposed. Over the eight years that these sanctions have been in place, 500,000 extra children under five are estimated to have died.