A free press — papers, magazines, radio, TV, blogs — is the backbone of any true democracy (and a vital watchdog on business). Sasa Vucinic, a journalist from Belgrade, talks about his new media fund, which supports free media by selling bonds. As one TED member writes: “The opening clip is full of power and meaning. It is sufficient to get you hooked for the rest of this amazing talk.” (Recorded July 2005 in Oxford, UK. Duration: 18:12.)
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