"The hero and the rogues" and "The hero is a rogue."

Corporate conglomerates love nothing better than to cosy up to those with political power. But when those conglomerates own the media, or use their financial muscle to dictate media policy, the implications for democracy are frightening. You think that's all just paranoid theory? Then read the currently running case of world-renowned TV newscaster Dan Rather.

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