-Manny Friedman (Jew), July 1, 2012, "Jews DO control the media", Times Of Israel
"I don't care if Americans think we're running the news media, Hollywood, Wall Street or the government. I just care that we get to keep running them."
-Joel Stein (Jew), December 19, 2008, "How Jewish is Hollywood?" Los Angeles Times
"All eight major film studios are run by men who happen to be Jewish."
-Abe Foxman (Jew), Chairman, Jewish ADL
Partial list of Jewish media owners
Sumner Redstone (Chairman/CEO of CBS/Viacom). Viacom operations include UPN, BET Networks, Paramount Pictures and such well-known global brands as VH1, CMP, Logo, Nickelodeon, Nick at Nite, Nick Jr., Teen Nick, Comedy Central, Showtime, Spike TV, TV Land, Rock Band, Addicting Games, Atom, Neo Pets, and Shockwave as well as Simon and Schuster.
Phillipe Dauman is president and CEO of Viacom.
Leslie Moonves (great-nephew of Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion)- president of CBS Television.
Martin Franks is executive vice president, planning, policy and government affairs.
Louis J. Briskman is executive vice president of research and planning and general counsel.
Steve Capus is president of NBC News
Robert Iger (major owner of Walt Disney, Capital Cities, and ABC) Disney owns cable TV networks such as Disney Channel, ESPN, A&E TV Network, ABC Family, as well as many other entertainment venues.
Allan Braverman is executive vice president and general counsel of Walt Disney
Ben Sherwood is president of ABC News.
Jeff Zucker is president of CNN Worldwide.
HOLLYWOOD MOVIE STUDIOS:
The prestigious Encyclopedia Judaica, in its article “Motion Pictures,” pg. 449, says:“Thus all the large Hollywood companies, with the exception of United Artists...were founded and controlled by Jews.”
Sony Corporation (worldwide): Howard Stringer - chairman and group CEO. Sony produced the blasphemous "Da Vinci Code" (See The Jews Behind Da Vinci Code)
Columbia Pictures: Michael Lynton - cochairman.
Sony Pictures Entertainment: Amy Pascal - cochairman.
Warner Bros.: Barry Meyer - chair.
Edgar M. Bronfman Jr. was CEO of Warner Music Group from 2004 until sale of WMG in 2011. He was previously CEO of Seagram and vice chairman of Vivendi Universal.
Time Warner: Gary Ginsberg is executive vice president of marketing and communications.
Paramount: Brad Gray - president of Paramount Pictures.
DreamWorks: Stephen Spielberg, David Geffen, Jeffrey Katzenberg (owners).
Miramax Films: Harvey Weinstein, former CEO of Miramax, left to found, with his brother, Weinstein Films.
Warner Brothers: Barry Meyer - chairman.
MGM: Harry Sloan - chairman.
AMC: Charlie Collier - president.
Screen Actors Guild: Alan Rosenberg - president.