Kochify the News “Kochify the News” is part of a campaign by a group called Forecast the Facts to discourage Tribune Co. from selling its newspapers to the libertarian billionaires Charles and David Koch, who are reportedly considering their purchase.… Read more
Billionaire conservative philathropists David Koch and Charles Koch officially confirmed news reports that they are interested in getting into the media business through an interview with the Wall Street Journal and in a post on their...Show More Summary
"Concerto DSCH", "Sonatas and Interludes", "In Creases", "Stars and Stripes" New York City Ballet David H. Koch Theater New York, New York June 4, 2013 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2013 by Mary Cargill Ballet choreography grows from past works, which is one of its strengths, but this can also be limiting. Show More Summary
“Democracy Now!” asks whether PBS resorted to self-censorship in order to appease the Koch brothers when it decided not to show a documentary that portrayed David Koch—a major donor to public television—in an unflattering light.
Between buying elections, billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch shop for big pieces of American media and culture. And, hey, why not? We already knew...
Democracy Now Filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal say plans for their new documentary to air on public television have been quashed after billionaire Republican David Koch complained about the PBS broadcast of another film critical of him, "Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream," by acclaimed filmmaker Alex Gibney. Show More Summary
"Red Angels", "Sonatas and Interludes", "In Creases", "A Fool for You" New York City Ballet David H. Koch Theater New York, New York May 29, 2013 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2013 by Mary Cargill In its unceasing and understandable efforts to attract a new (young and hip) audience, NYCB offered an evening of $29 seats, selling out almost immediately. Show More Summary
Rumors that Charles and David Koch, industrial titans and patrons of conservative political causes, could buy what is left of the dwindling Tribune Company empire have galvanized liberal activists. This morning there was a protest against the possibility of the brothers' ownership in front of the Los Angeles Times building on Spring Street. [ more › ]
PBS dropped a documentary called "Citizen Koch" because they feared the reaction of billionaire sponsor David Koch. That news hasn’t sat too well with many, including Stephen Colbert, who takes PBS to task for cancelling the documentary. Show More Summary
Late Neogene and Early Quaternary Paleoenvironmental and Paleoclimatic Conditions in Southwestern Europe: Isotopic Analyses on Mammalian Taxa Authors:1. Laura Domingo (a)2. Paul L. Koch (a)3. Manuel Hernández Fernández (b,c)4. David L. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Times | Baltimore Brew | Huffington Post | Bloomberg People upset by the possibility of Charles and David Koch buying Tribune’s newspapers held a rally in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday, marching to Tribune Chairman Bruce Karsh’s home. … Read more
“cheap, miserable son of a bitch.” Case in point, libertarian überbankroller David Koch (boldface mine): At one point, a former doorman—his face shrouded in shadow, to preserve his anonymity—says that when he “started at 740” his assumption was that “come … Continue reading ?
During the last decade, David Koch (above) and his brother Charles donated nearly $50 million to a network of climate contrarian groups to disparage...
Amid concerns that Koch Industries could buy several major U.S. newspapers from Tribune Company, industrial billionaire David Koch was forced to step down as trustee of WNET, New York City’s largest public TV station, after the New Yorker revealed how WNET gave Koch inappropriate influence over its programming. Show More Summary
Last night, Stephen Colbert gave his take on a story I wrote about this week, documenting public television’s self-censorship of a program that it feared might anger one of its largest donors, the billionaire industrialist and conservative...Show More Summary