Saturday 6 December 2014


How To Give It - How To Spend It - Financial Times.

If your blog contains the right kind of adverts it will be popular on Google.

New York Times.

In October 2014, the New York Times reported that the revenue earned from adverts, in its online edition, was up 17% in the third quarter...

The biggest cause of the growth was "sponsored content".

News organisations are increasingly producing 'sponsored content' - news stories that are paid for by advertisers.

"Sponsored content is one of the fastest-growing sources of revenue for the news industry."

News organisations

CNN news stories appear to be sponsored by the CIA.

Google is all about advertising, and so it appears to be promoting the online New York Times.

"The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are among the newspaper groups that this year set up special divisions to create sponsored content for advertisers including Goldman Sachs and Netflix."

Recently, The Atlantic published a sponsored post for the Church of Scientology.

Mail Online gets its journalists to produce sponsored content on behalf of advertisers.

News organisations

BuzzFeed, the Huffington Post and Vice Media are among those producing 'sponsored content'.

BuzzFeed's main source of revenue is sponsored content.

When you read BuzzFeed's '11 Reasons Why Showering Is The Best Part Of The Day' you should be aware that the article is sponsored by Dove, owned by Unilever.

Sir Martin Sorrell of WPP, the world’s largest advertising group, says: "there's very little risk" for those publishers that "make clear that the piece is paid for".

News organisations

CNN is now seen as being a propaganda channel.

The Financial Times has a regular colour supplement called How To Spend It.

Recently this supplement, temporarily renamed How To Give It, appeared to be devoting 130 pages to the subject of giving money to the charity 'Save the Children'.

The charity's Chief Executive Justin Forsyth, a former advisor to Tony Blair, earned £163,000 last year.

There is a belief that certain charities are fronts for the security services, such as MI6 and the CIA.

SAM CAM in her Save the Children T-shirt

The How To Give It supplement was stuffed full of adverts for such brands as Rolex, Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Armani, Chopard, Fendi and Tiffany.

There were also features on luxury restaurants, luxury yachts and luxury holidays.

There were approximately two pages of text relating to 'Save the Children'.

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At 6 December 2014 at 02:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Knowing McKellen's sexual orientation and antics and One Direction being just another bunch of mind controlled slaves, this pic gives me creeps, sorry....

At 6 December 2014 at 04:20 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

These again are creeps giving


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