Now that you’ve taken the plunge and bought Photoshop, you’ll want to know how good or bad both of these software apps are. They also represent two huge advantages.
First, Photoshop and Lightroom are free to use. That means you can use them for anything you like, whenever you like. You can take pictures of whatever you want and share them with your friends, family, and coworkers without spending a penny at all.
But there’s also an added benefit: They both offer so many amazing features at such a low price that they’re actually easier to use and a lot cheaper than photoshop itself.
What do you think? Is Photoshop an easier to use piece of software?
In any case…
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AMY GOODMAN: A new report from Bloomberg says that the Koch brothers are using their wealth to buy control of American television stations, cable stations, newspapers, magazines, radio, cable and phone companies. The study was conducted for ProPublica. It examined the network of Koch Industries, which owns the second-largest cable company, Time Warner Cable, and which has the second-largest cable broadcaster, Sinclair Broadcast Group.
The study found that the brothers control more than a quarter of the broadcast media outlets in the United States and that they have become financially dominant over nearly all U.S. outlets. The companies also control media ownership in most of the country.
The findings came out a month after a report from ProPublica and The Nation found that the top eight media owners in the country — seven cable companies, two broadcasting companies and three media outlets that rely on advertising — have total assets more than $700 billion. The report found that these companies already control nearly half of the nation’s media circulation, control half of TV stations, and dominate the television news, and cable.
For more, we’re joined by Michael Wolff, senior staff attorney at Public Knowledge, which publishes The Nation magazine. Welcome to Democracy Now!, Michael.
MICHAEL WOLFF: Hi.
AMY GOODMAN: How did you come to this conclusion that the Koch brothers and Sinclair were essentially owning almost every television station in the United States?
MICHAEL WOLFF: Well, our study actually focused on the big four U.S. broadcasting companies that control two-and-a-half to four-fifths of the country’s TV stations, and what we found is that
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