The consolidation of media ownership can limit diversity of perspectives and information, potentially leading to homogenized content. With fewer entities controlling the majority of media, there’s a risk of reduced representation of varied viewpoints, less investigative reporting, and potentially biased or limited coverage of news and issues. This can impact the public’s access to a broad spectrum of information and may hinder a well-rounded understanding of complex topics.
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