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By the 1930s, William Randolph Hearst controlled the largest media empire in the country: 28 newspapers, a movie studio, a syndicated wire service, radio stations, and 13 magazines. He used his communications stronghold to achieve political power unprecedented in the industry, then ran for office himself. Producer: Amanda Pollak, Gene Tempest. Author: Gene Tempest, Stephen Ives.
By the 1930s, William Randolph Hearst controlled the largest media empire in the country: 28 newspapers, a movie studio, a syndicated wire service, radio stations, and 13 magazines. He used his communications stronghold to achieve political power unprecedented in the industry, then ran for office himself. Producer: Amanda Pollak, Gene Tempest. Author: Gene Tempest, Stephen Ives.
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American Experience: Citizen Hearst
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By the 1930s, William Randolph Hearst controlled the largest media empire in the country: 28 newspapers, a movie studio, a syndicated wire service, radio stations, and 13 magazines. He used his communications stronghold to achieve political power unprecedented in the industry, then ran for office himself. Producer: Amanda Pollak, Gene Tempest. Author: Gene Tempest, Stephen Ives.

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