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“The pieces of the Ge­orge Soros me­dia em­pire are as di­verse as the na­tions of the world and just as wide­spread. From nakedly par­ti­san left-wing me­dia like Think Progress, the blog for the Cen­ter for Amer­i­can Progress, and a TV show on MSNBC, to the sup­pos­edly im­par­tial Na­tional Pub­lic Ra­dio, Soros has im­pact on the flow of in­for­ma­tion world­wide,” says Me­dia Re­search Cen­ter vice pres­i­dent for busi­ness and cul­ture Dan Gainor.

His four-part foray into the bil­lion­aire’s press hold­ings and re­lated in­flu­ence con­tin­ues to re­veal the real breadth and heft of it all.

“It gives him in­cred­i­ble in­flu­ence. Ev­ery month, re­porters, writers and blog­gers at the many out­lets he funds eas­ily reach more than 330 mil­lion peo­ple around the globe. The U.S. Cen­sus es­ti­mates the pop­u­la­tion of the en­tire United States to be just less than 310 mil­lion. That’s roughly the en­tire pop­u­la­tion of the United States with the pop­u­la­tion of Aus­tralia thrown in for good mea­sure— ev­ery sin­gle month,” Mr. Gainor adds. to sup­port Fox News with its ad­ver­tis­ing dol­lars. We think the choice is a no-brainer. That’s why we’re de­mand­ing that Or­b­itz pull their ads from Fox now.”

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