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Il famoso quotidiano britannico The Guardian ha pubblicato sulle sue pagine una speciale classifica dei cento uomini più influenti nei media dell’anno 2014. Come era prevedibile, ai primi posti, si sono posizionati i grandi top manager e fondatori di realtà sul web:

Larry Page, amministratore delegato di Google e Mark Zuckerberg, CEO e co-fondatore di Facebook. A seguire Tim Cook, amministratore delegato di Apple.

Google e Facebook dominano i media in questa speciale classifica, che vede tra gli altri, Jeff Bezos, CEO di Amazon, al quinto posto e subito dopo Dick Costolo, capo di Twitter, non fa altro che dire che i media sono monopolizzati dai grandi manager legati al Web.

Troviamo poi Rupert Murdoch al settimo posto, noto magnate dell’editoria e imprenditore televisivo e moltissimi altri grandi personaggi noti in campi che spaziano dalla musica, al cinema fino ad arrivare a PewDiePie, noto Youtuber.

Ecco di seguito la speciale classifica del Guardia dei primi 50 uomini più influenti dei media del 2014

 

1) Larry Page
co-founder, chief executive, Google

2) Mark Zuckerberg
founder, chief executive, Facebook

3) Tim Cook
chief executive, Apple

4) Tony Hall
director general, BBC

5) Jeff Bezos
founder, chief executive, Amazon

6) Dick Costolo
chief executive, Twitter

7) Rupert Murdoch
head of 21st Century Fox and News Corp

8) Lenny Henry
actor, writer, comedian

9) Paul Dacre/Martin Clarke

editor, Daily Mail (Dacre), publisher, Mail Online (Clarke)

10) Taylor Swift
musician

11) Martin Sorrell
chief executive, WPP Group

12) Danny Cohen
director, BBC Television

13) Jeremy Darroch
chief executive, Sky; chair, Sky Deutschland

14) Adam Crozier
chief executive, ITV

15) Peter Fincham
director of television, ITV

16) Sajid Javid
secretary of state for culture, media and sport

17) Rona Fairhead
chair, BBC Trust

18) Simon Cowell
presenter, music and TV producer

19) Sophie Turner Laing
chief executive, Endemol/Shine/Core

20) PewDiePie
YouTuber

21) Ted Sarandos
chief content officer, Netflix

22) Gavin Patterson
chief executive, BT

23) Alan Rusbridger
editor-in-chief, Guardian News & Media

24) Mike Darcey
chief executive, News UK

25) Charlotte Moore
controller, BBC1

26) Shane Smith
co-founder, chief executive, Vice Media

27) David Dinsmore
editor, the Sun

28) David Abraham
chief executive,
Channel 4

29) Nick Robinson
political editor, BBC

30) Jonah Peretti
founder, chief executive, BuzzFeed

31) Evan Spiegel
co-founder, chief executive, Snapchat

32) John Fallon
chief executive, Pearson

33) James Harding
director of news and current affairs, BBC

34) Viscount Rothermere
chair, Daily Mail & General Trust

35) James Purnell
director of strategy and digital, BBC

36) Lionel Barber
editor, Financial Times

37) Russell Brand
comedian, actor, author, activist

38) John Witherow
editor, the Times

39) Murdoch MacLennan
chief executive, Telegraph Media Group

40) Jay Hunt
chief creative officer, Channel 4

41) Daniel Ek
founder, chief executive, Spotify

42) Tim Davie
chief executive, BBC Worldwide; director, Global

43) David Lynn
president, UK, Viacom International Media Networks

44) John Malone
chair, Liberty Media and Liberty Global

45) David Joseph
chair, chief executive, Universal Music UK

46) Helen Boaden
director, BBC radio

47) Susan Wojcicki
chief executive, YouTube

48) Sally Wainwright
television writer

49) John Whittingdale
chair, Commons culture, media and sport select committee

50) Benedict Cumberbatch
actor