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Power and media are closely linked in any ideological political system, but Italy under three-term premier Silvio Berlusconi is a case apart. A businessman-turned-politician and owner of a vast media empire, Berlusconi became Italy's longest-serving post-war prime minister through his proficient use of television. This book examines how Berlusconi built his empire and used the media to achieve and retain political success in a milieu where allegations of corruption, bribery and links to the Mafia were constant features, and amid his own sexual scandals. Finally, the author wonders if Berlusconi's media-driven political power is a “model” that could be replicated in other countries.
Publié le : vendredi 1 avril 2016
Lecture(s) : 4
EAN13 : 9782140006296
Nombre de pages : 348
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Berlusconiand the Power of Television: 200811
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BERLUSCONI AND THE POWER OF TELEVISION: 2008-11
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To Sophia and Nicholas
TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements....................................................................................... 11 Introduction................................................................................................... 13 Chapter 1. State Media and Private Media ................................................... 17  The Evolution of Private-Sector Media in the West ............................... 24  The Evolution of Private-Sector Media in the World ............................. 32 Chapter 2. Media, Politics and Journalists.................................................... 47  Media as Political Tools ......................................................................... 47  Media Models ......................................................................................... 55  Who is a Journalist? ................................................................................ 64 Chapter 3. Italian Media’s History and Political Role.................................. 75  The Resistance (1943-45) ....................................................................... 78 US Influence on Italian Politics, and Gramsci’s “War”.......................... 80 The US and “God’s Microphone” in the 1948 Elections........................ 86  Post-war Conservative Newspapers........................................................ 89  Resistance-inspired Press........................................................................ 91  Politicians, Mafia and the Media ............................................................ 92  TheCompromesso Storicoand Media Coverage.................................... 95  Television as a Political Tool................................................................ 107 st Chapter 4. Italian Media in the Early 21 Century ..................................... 109  Where Italians Get their News .............................................................. 109  The Dominant Political Role of TV and Radio .................................... 110  Print Media ........................................................................................... 115  New Media............................................................................................ 116 Chapter 5.Berlusconi’s Media Empire........191...............................................Chapter 6.Berlusconi’s Networking........................................................... 139  TheMysterious Origins of Berlusconi’s Early Capital......................... 140  San Martino ad Arcore.......................................................................... 142  Alleged Mafia Connections .................................................................. 144  Berlusconi and the Masons ................................................................... 148  Craxi, the Best Friend ........................................................................... 155 Chapter 7. Television as Entertainment ...................................................... 163  TV as Entertainment ............................................................................. 163  TV News: Information or Entertainment? ............................................ 173
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