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News Media Alliance on Google profiting from news coverage



A bipartisan bill would temporarily free news publishers from antitrust laws. This comes as big tech companies are accused of sucking up profits from news organizations. David Chavern, president and CEO of News Media Alliance, joined CBSN to discuss the testimony he will make at today’s House Judiciary subcommittee hearing on tech platforms’ effects on journalism.

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David Hand
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David Hand

I agree with the idea that news producers should be more fairly rewarded by the market. However, temporarily lifting anti-trust laws seems like an absolute last resort move. This guy said nothing to justify that necessity.

1982
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1982

they are both fake news. break alphabet up & bankrupt the papers

dorothea maloney
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dorothea maloney

Stop the slamming of google and big tech. I can’t imagine my search engine as bing. Just stop.

Lauren-Kate Kush
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Lauren-Kate Kush

You get what you pay for- most Americans aren’t subscribed to a newspaper anymore they get their news for free on the web from unreliable sources

MrPrizziceless
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MrPrizziceless

Flimsy answers on criticism. Websites wouldn't be accessible w/o search engines. Strike a balance, and make that money

Tracy Sohl
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Tracy Sohl

I imagine newspaper stands being told by newspaper editors on how the magazines are arranged on their stands.

Linda Minton
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Linda Minton

They don't care about Google censorship, just the money!

LadyKatie
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LadyKatie

Hope Amazon is looked at and seen. Govt contracts don't belong in these companies in any way.

Justin
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Justin

Google is evil.

Randy H
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Randy H

News … Don't you mean opinion journalism? News is dead!

Gary Brees
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Gary Brees

I would like to hear from the other distributors of news content. The people that are questioning the biases of newspapers and news channels. There is a market for the new young Turks and Ben Shapiro for a reason. Somehow that obvious subject wasn’t brought up.

Babu Brri
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Babu Brri

Beautiful website and B