See definition below.
Corporate Media - A term invented in the early 2000's by people in the liberal/progressive movement as a measure to stop or slow down the publics increasing awareness of the liberal bias that exists in our main stream news media. Proponents point out how media outlets are owned by big corporations and therefore in their view, it's only logical to conclude:
1) Those corporations strongly influence what stories are presented, and how they're presented to the public, based on their own corporate interests.Based on those conclusions, proponents assert that not only is there no such thing as liberal bias in the media, but corporate influences have actually created a media that embraces a conservative bias. The "Corporate media" strategy, is to use the logical arguments they concocted, in order to convince people that not only is there no liberal bias in the media, but that liberal media bias couldn't possibly exist in the first place.
2) Since the people who sit on the boards of these big corporations tend to either vote or support republican economic policies, therefore the influence they exert must create a conservative biased media, rather than a liberal one.
The idea is to convince as many people as they can, to stop believing the liberal bias they see with their own eyes and hear with their own ears, and instead accept their logic that it really doesn't exist because the media is owned by corporations.
The lengths some will go to prop up their political beliefs... lol