The fight against the AJC is long over due. It should be escalated. It could cover a wide range of important
issues. One of these is the issue of cross ownership of media outlets. The parent company Cox Enterprises has been
allowed access denied to most media corporations. Besides owning the Atlanta Journal and Constitution,
previously two separate newspapers, they own a radio station, a television station and have an Internet
presence with their on line version of the AJC. Because some holding were "grandfathered", they have been
determined legal. However these holding violate basic cross ownership laws in "principle". And principle seems to be a problem with this company. That is, they have none.