2006/Images/back.gif106 - / PEOPLE SECTION - Silvio Berlusconi SMART90.com/people/silvioberlusconi.htm


Silvio Berlusconi - The Best Of:

%23%23$$mmaarrttsitemaster2006/imagestvinews/tvimagazinead11760x500w.jpg
2006/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/00coverofpow108w.jpg Silvio Berlusconi
The Prime Minister of Italy
His Biography
Meets TVI at MIP -1989 / Cover Feature

2010/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/200703MarSilvioB108w.jpg
PERSON OF THE WEEK

 

0gHD%2302/%23%23$$mmaarrttsitemaster2010/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/silvioberlusconi46w.jpg200903MarMagCov46w.jpg/200903MarMagCov46w.jpg

YouTube

v-Google

LookRadio

00SideBar00pFeb0946w.jpg00SideBar0046w.jpg
 




ReturnTop
ˆ

 

/ImagesCSnews/tvinewsTimeLine46w.jpg

2006/Imagescustomers/A9searchLogo45pweb.jpg
/ImagesAdSideClicks/YouTubeSmartSide46w.jpg/Images03/LookRadiocartoonsUP108%20.gif
ReturnTop
ˆ
/ImagesAdSideClicks/S90searchLogo45pweb.jpg

ReturnTop
ˆ
ImagesAdSideClicks/S90searchLogoChina45pweb.jpg

ˆ  
/ImagesAdSideClicks/S90searchLogoGer45pweb.jpg

ˆ    

2006/Imagestviup/TVIMag36x100UpWeb.jpg 

ˆ  

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

People - tviNews March Events
FEATURE STORY
• 02. TIMELINE
03. MORE
Related Stories

200903MarMagCov300w.jpg
Feature Story - Prime Minister of Italy - 2009
-----Mr. Berlusconi from TVI's Person of Week in 1989, to Italy's Prime Minister of Italy and friend of American - in 1989, during the MIPCOM television conference in Canes, France, Silvio Berlusconi was and still is one of is Italy's richest men, whose reach is hard to escape, especially now that he's Italy's Prime Minister. During TVI's featured interview by Frank IIezzi, Berlusconi, RAI-TV, he described himself, a future political leader to watch out for. "He was right on", says TVI publisher Josie Cory. "During the '89 MIPCOM Cannes meeting, you could see his future in the way he spoke to the press. He was getting ready for his 2000 A.D. international world events fame."
(Continue)

Above photos show, the timeline of Silvio Berlusconi since 1989. Bottom left shows Silvio with, Pres. Geo. W. Bush, Silvio shaking hands with TVI publisher, Josie Cory, after 1989 MIPCOM press Q&A conference, Josie Cory with John Billingham of BBC and Joe Bamberger of UFA, Germany, in Cannes.

See TELEVISION INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE - 1989

MORE / RELATED NEWS

Mr. Berlusconi from TVI's Person of the Week in 1989, to Italy's Prime Minister of Italy and friend of America -
----- in 1989, during the MIPCOM television conference in Cannes, France, Silvio Berlusconi was and still is one of is Italy's richest men, whose reach is hard to escape, especially now that he's Italy's Prime Minister. During TVI's feature interview by Frank IIezzi, Berlusconi, RAI-TV, he described himself, a future political leader to watch out for. "He was right on", says TVI publisher Josie Cory. "During the '89 MIPCOM Cannes meeting, you could see his future in the way he spoke to the press. He was getting ready for his 2000 A.D. international world events fame."
As an example: President George W. Bush participates in a plenary meeting with leaders during the G8 Summit on Sea Island, Ga., Wednesday, June 9, 2004. Clockwise, Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, European Council President Bertie Ahern, European Commission President Romano Prodi, Canadian Prime Minister Paul Maritn, Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and French President Jacques Chirac.
----- Not Bad Company is it? An Italian can spend a Saturday shopping at his local supermarket, relaxing in his home, reading a paper, before flicking through a few TV channels to watch AC Milan play football, and all these services may have been provided by his prime minister.
-----The PM is not only the head honcho of a vast business empire spanning newspapers, TV and radio, but motion pictures, football, advertising, insurance, food and construction companies as well.
-----For some Italians, Mr. Berlusconi's success as a business tycoon is evidence of his capabilities - a reason why he should run the country. But his business involvements have caused a series of legal problems which have tarnished his image. He faces charges of bribing judges, in a trial in Milan. This was halted in June by the introduction of controversial immunity laws, but is now expected to resume after Italy's top court annulled the law.
The power of personality - Italian writers call him IL Cavaliere
-----
Italy's richest man, the business tycoon Silvio Berlusconi, is on his way back to power. His centre-right coalition was driven by Berlusconi's forceful personality and his catch-all campaign, promising tax cuts, better pensions, safer cities and jobs for all.
----Mr. Berlusconi's empire includes three television channels, Italy's biggest publishing house, an advertising agency, a major newspaper, and a leading football team, AC Milan. Critics accuse him of having too much control of the media, and fear he will exploit his power.
-----
The 64-year-old politician's business interests have come under attack in several lengthy court trials for alleged bribery, corruption and tax evasion, but none of the charges have stuck. Neither have accusations of Mafia connections. Italian public opinion did not seem worried.
Man of charisma - critics accuse him of having too much power
-----Mr. Berlusconi sells himself as a strong leader and statesman. His party, founded in 1993, is called Forza Italia. Airbrushed campaign posters make him appear 10 years younger. Many Italians believe the hype.
----
Dr. James Milton, a political scientist at the American University of Rome, said Mr. Berlusconi's popularity stemmed from his ability to inspire many Italians.
-----
"The Italians seem to want to trust Mr. Berlusconi because he sells himself as a man who has made millions out of nothing - a man who is a huge success in his own way and who will make Italy a huge success," says Milton.
Show biz image
-----
In 1994 Mr. Berlusconi was forced to step down as prime minister after just seven months in a turbulent coalition which included many of the same men he was running with this time around.
-----
But despite that, many voters see him as a fresh start. He certainly has an unshakable self-confidence and a legendary gift of the gab.. In a recent interview Mr. Berlusconi said he was driven by the knowledge that only he could turn this country around.
-----
The alternative, he said, was career politicians who were not up to the job. Mr. Berlusconi is a true showman, with a permanent tan and beaming smile. He has yachts, villas, a glamorous second wife and three young children. His son and daughter from his first marriage, which ended in divorce, help run his companies. The Italians even have a word to describe his flamboyant lifestyle: Berlusconismo.
• Berlusconi has the gift of the gab that appeals to Italians
-----
On the eve of a major campaign rally by the left-wing parties, Mr. Berlusconi told journalists the left had mounted a hate campaign, and that he had canceled his major rallies because of death threats.
-----
The announcement grabbed headlines and stole the left's thunder.
-----
Antonio Martino, a member of Mr. Berlusconi's party, dismissed fears that a victorious Mr. Berlusconi would exploit his business empire. "I think if you want to use your power for personal gain you don't put yourself centre stage," he said. "Because [then] you are under the control of democracy - there is a system of control in place."

2010/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/200703MarMagCov300w.jpg02. TIMELINE -
1936 - Silvio Berlusconi was born in 1936,
apparently in comfortable circumstances. Friends and foes have been quick to mythologise his career - he supposedly charged entrance fees for puppet shows at primary school, was a ghostwriter for high school essays and of course sold vacuum cleaners to pay for his law degree at the University of Milan. His thesis was on The Newspaper Advertising Contract. 1960 Corte Costituzionale ruled that state broadcaster RAI monopoly is unconstitutional.
Photo Left shows, the timeline of Silvio Berlusconi since 1989. Bottom left shows Silvio with, Pres. Geo. W. Bush, Silvio shaking hands with TVI publisher, Josie Cory, after 1989 MIPCOM press Q&A conference, Josie Cory with John Billingham of BBC and Joe Bamberger of UFA, Germany, in Cannes.
----
Highlights in his early years: Silvio started honing his business skills at a young age. He used his charm to sell everything from vacuum cleaners to university essays during his youth, activities complemented by stints as a nightclub singer, but this was just the warm-up.
----His business mind came into play at a young age - as a student he supplemented his income by charging fellow students for writing their exam papers. Later he worked as a singer with his own band on summer cruise ships.
1960's -
1962 Berlusconi establishes real estate development company Cantieri Riuniti Milanesi
1963 establishes Edilnord property and construction group
1969 builds Milano 2 residential development, later builds Milano 3 and Il Girasole developments

----
Highlights in the 60s: In 1961, he graduated in law and started his business career in earnest, borrowing from the bank where his father worked to set up his first company, Edilnord. Edilnord, a construction company, Mr. Berlusconi established himself as a residential housing developer around his native Milan. Milano 2, comprising nearly 4,000 tasteful flats in a garden setting, was built on the city's eastern outskirts until the late 1960s. 1969 builds Milano 2 residential development, later builds Milano 3 and Il Girasole developments
----In 1962 he founded a construction company, Elinord, and rode the Milan property boom. He took advantage of government deregulation of the television industry in the mid - 1970s to buy Telemilano cable shopping channel, and by 1986 had captured 80% of Italy's commercial TV market.
----
His school days were really an on the job, work in process era. He always moved in the right circles at university (future prime minister Bettino Craxi was a friend) and made a small fortune from 1962 onwards using a property and construction company named Edilnord, notably through residential development such as Milano 2 in 1969. That generated allegations that he'd benefited from favorable rulings by local politicians and had ties to the shadowy Propaganda 2 (P2) group.
1970's -
1974 the cable television station formed Telemilano to service Milano 2
1975 establishes Fininvest holding group
1976 Corte Costituzionale ruling allows local radio and television
1978 formed: 'virtual' national television network - local stations simultaneously broadcast the same programs
1969 builds Milano 2 residential development, later builds Milano 3 and Il Girasole developments

----
Highlights in the 70s: 1974 he founded cable television station
Telemilano to service Milano 2 and in 1978 worked his way around rules that gave RAI the national broadcast monopoly: his local stations simultaneously broadcast the same programs. Fininvest was founded in 1975 as a holding company. He established Canale 5 (Channel 5) in 1980, a big hit with a schedule of local game shows and US treats such as Dallas

----
After launching - Telemilano - the Berlusconi family firm gained control over three commercial TV channels. As the media empire - which now also includes Italy's largest publishing house Mondadori and the leading daily newspaper Il Giornale - was being built, Mr. Berlusconi's company Fininvest had taken nearly 150 other companies under its umbrella. But despite having friends in the government, Mr. Berlusconi had not himself made any moves to enter the political fray.
1980's -
1980 launches Canale 5 television network
1983 buys Italia Uno television network
1984 buys Retequattro television network
1984 prime minister Craxi's 'Berlusconi Decree' overturns court order banning Berlusconi from broadcasting
1985 buys stake in Mondadori publishing group
1985 buys cinema chain
1985 launches La Cinq tv network in France in partnership with Jerome Seydoux
1986 Seydoux leaves La Cinq following elections, replaced by Robert Hersant
1986 becomes chair of AC Milan soccer club, with most equity in club
1987 involved in Telefunf network in Germany
1988 buys La Standa department store group
1989 takes stake in Telecinco network in Spain with Kirch
----Highlights in the 80s: At the same time he established the
Publitalia 80 advertising agency,
one of the largest in Europe by the mid-1980's, and acquired the other two major commercial television stations - Retequattro (1984) and Italia Uno (1983).

----
Fininvest moved into newspaper and magazine publishing (e.g. the weekly Panorama), books (the venerable Mondadori group in 1985), retailing, direct marketing, online services, cinemas (1985) and sport (the AC Milan soccer team).
----
That expansion reflected past moves by other families (for example the Agnellis) but was more rapid and generated a new epithet - 'Berlusconism' - to describe a way of life in which people lived in houses built by Berlusconi, watched television controlled by Berlusconi, shopped at supermarkets owned by Berlusconi, ate in restaurants built by Berlusconi, and relaxed on Berlusconi tennis courts or watching his soccer team. Investment outside Italy - e.g. in Spain, in France (with Seydoux and Hersant) and Germany (with Kirch) - was less successful. 1969 builds Milano 2 residential development, later builds Milano 3 and Il Girasole developments
-----The scandal of 1981, was when Mr. Berlusconi was revealed as a member of the P-2 Freemason's lodge, a secret network of politicians, businessmen and media figures. The group was disbanded, and Mr. Berlusconi emerged unscathed.
----
In 1984 prime minister Craxi's 'Berlusconi Decree' overturned a court order banning Berlusconi from broadcasting. That support was reflected in the 1990 Legge Mammi that implicitly created a Berlusconi/RAI duopoly. 1980's, Apparently under whelmed by Australian-style attempts to limit ownership to either broadcast or print, Berlusconi appointed his brother as editor of Il Giornale and shrugged off litigation during the Tagentopoli ("Bribesville") investigations of 1992-94.
1990's -
1990 Legge Mammi creates Berlusconi/RAI duopoly
1990 Hersant and Berlusconi withdraw from La Cinq
1990 bitter fight with de Benedetti for control of Mondadori and la Republica
1992-94 shrugs off bribery, tax fraud and creative accounting litigation during the Tagentopoli ("Bribesville") investigations

----
Forza Italia
1993 fformed: populist
Forza Italia party
1994 Forza Italia becomes largest bloc in national parliament
1994 Berlusconi becomes PM, with Forza Italia in coalition with neo-fascist Alleanza Nazionale and Northern League, but resigns at end of year
1995 sells 20% stake in Mediaset to Kirch and others for US$1.1 billion
reduces Mediaset stake to under 50% through a public flotation
1998 sells La Standa's discount store arm (167 locations)
1999 Epsilon MediaGroup established as 50% partnership with Kirch
----Highlights in the 90s: In 1993 Berlusconi formed the populist Forza Italia party
on the theme of "good government" and the "politics of efficiency". Forza Italia became the largest bloc in the national parliament at the March 94 elections, with Berlusconi as PM in coalition with the neo-fascist Alleanza Nazionale (AN) and the Northern League. Insights are offered by Jonathan Hopkin's 2004 New Parties in Government in Italy: Comparing Lega Nord and Forza Italia (PDF). Berlusconi resigned in December 1994.
----
In July 1995 he sold a 20% stake in Mediaset to German Kirch Media and others for US$1.1 billion, subsequently taking his stake to under 50% through a public flotation.
----
He again became PM in the 2001 election (Alexander Stille's NYRB comment is here) and has since extended his broadcast holdings.
---He now controls three national TV channels: Canale 5, Italia 1 and Rete 4. He bought AC Milan in 1986, and won control of the Mondadori publishing house in 1990. His declared annual income is $7.7million, and he has an estimated $11billion fortune.
2000's -
2001 becomes PM again
2001 Mediaset buys Radio Italia (national commercial radio network), advertising agency Editoriale Sper, syndication company CNR and news agency AGR
2001 sells 9% stake in mobile phone operator Blu
----Highlights in the 2004s:
Prior to 2004, which saw publication of Paul Ginsborg's
perceptive Silvio Berlusconi: Television, Power & Patrimony (London: Verso 2004) and David Lane's Berlusconi's Shadow: Crime, Justice and the Pursuit of Power (London: Allen Lane 2004), there was no major English-language study of Berlusconi or Fininvest.

----
Marco Travaglio's L'odore dei soldi (Rome: Editori Riuniti 2001), reviewed here, endorses the Economist's claim that the empire's smell is not very sweet. Other Italian treatments include Paolo Labini's Berlusconi e gli anticorpi: Diario di un cittadino indignato (Bari: Laterza 2003), Giorio Bocca's Piccolo Cesare (Milan: Feltrinelli 2002), Giuseppe Fiori's Il venditore: Storia di Silvio Berlusconi e della fininvest (Milan: Garzanti 1996), Franco Cordero's Le strane regole del Signor B (Milan: Garzanti 2003) and Giovani Sartori's Mala tempora (Bari: Laterza 2004).
----
Giovanni Bechelloni's 'The Journalist as Political Client in Italy' in Newspapers & Democracy (Cambridge: MIT Press 1980) edited by Anthony Smith and Political Clientalism & the Media: Southern Europe & Latin America in Comparative Perspective (PDF) by Daniel Hallin & Stylianos Papathanassopoulos offer a perspective. That is consistent with Gianpietro's 'Media Moguls in Italy' in Media Moguls (London: Routledge 1991) edited by Jeremy Tunstall and Ginsborg's Italy and Its Discontents: Family, Civil Society, State 1980-2000 (London: Allen Lane 2001).
----On 19 January 2002 the Economist commented that
Mr. Berlusconi has yet to remove the ubiquitous conflicts between his private and public concerns. Because his companies are embroiled in almost every part of the economy, his failure to do so casts doubts on the motives behind so many of his projects, whatever their merits.
----
Proceedings relating to alleged tax fraud, accounting peculiarities and bribery of police and judges continued. In April 2001 the Economist alleged that he'd paid 23 billion lire into Craxi's offshore bank accounts.
----
As of 31 July 2003 the Economist - claiming that he had "tried to put himself beyond the reach of the law" - was pressing Berlusconi for answers; the media czar (and then president of the European Union's Council of Ministers) was continuing defamation action against the UK publication over the 2001 article. Readers of this site should conduct appropriate research before making their own judgments about circumstances, claims and counterclaims.
----Last year he acknowledged for the first time that he had suffered prostate cancer, but despite rumors to the contrary he insists he has been cured. He certainly appears to have unstoppable energy.
Companies controlled by the family of
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi dominate

----
Italian commercial television (with a 45% audience share and over 60% of total advertising sales), have a major presence in advertising and publishing, and have been moving into telecommunications, despite recurrent allegations of of impropriety. Ownership of Italy's mass media is even more concentrated than that of Canada and Australia.
----
The family has beneficial ownership of around 96% of the Fininvest holding company. Fininvest has a 48.6% controlling stake (worth around US$6.0 billion) in Mediaset, the terrestrial television group that competes with state-owned RAI and operates three networks: Canale 5, Italia 1 and Retequattro.
Dominance of the airwaves is of particular interest given low newspaper readership figures: Pippa Norris' insightful A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Post-Industrial Democracies (Cambridge: Cambridge Uni Press 2000) for example notes suggestions that 82% of Italians depend only on television for news, the highest percentage in the EU.

----
Fininvest also has a controlling stake in Mondadori, Italy's largest book and magazine publishing group (with 30% and 38% of the domestic market respectively). Mondadori's magazine arm encompasses over 50 titles.
----
Fininvest controls Il Giornale, a leading national newspaper that competes with L'Espresso's La Republica and with La Stampa and Corriere della Sera of the RCS group. It has a 36% stake in financial-services group Mediolanum. Other holdings include property, multimedia, printing and telephone directories.
----
Cross-holdings, nominee companies and other devices inhibit a clear picture of the group. There have been recurrent moves to force Berlusconi to divest some of his media assets - and he has made undertakings to that effect - but there is apparently little action. Indeed, at the end of 2001 he moved to acquire additional print and radio operations from the Il Sole 24 Ore group.

 Center Page / List of Berlusconi holdings
Music
Mediaset group (48.6%)
Canale 5
Italia 1
Retequattro
several pay-TV channels;
Telecinco - Spanish commercial broadcaster (40%)
13% of Breton cable tv group TV Breizh (Murdoch's News International has 13%)
Berlusconi formerly had a 2.28% stake in Kirch Media, the German broadcaster and production group
Film production and distribution
Medusa Films - largest Italian production house
Penta - distributor (50%)
Cinema 5 - cinema operator

Music
Mediaset has recording and rights management units
Publishing
Mondadori (50.3%)
Einaudi
Sperling & Kupfer
Frasinelli
Athena
Poseidonia
Electa Napoli
Grijalbo - distribution units in Colombia, Argentina, Spain, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela,
Gruner & Jahr Italy - partnership (50%) with
Bertelsmann subsidiary
Hearst Mondadori - 50% magazine publishing partnership with
Hearst
Il Giornale
Il Foglio
Pagine Utili - phone directories
approximately 50 magazines

----
Multimedia
Jumpy - InterNet portal
Newmedia

----
Advertising
Publitalia 80
----
Property development and construction
Edilnord
Cantieri Riuniti Milanesi

----
Finance
Mediolanum - general insurance
Mediolanum Vita = life assurance
---- Sport
AC Milan - football club
Hockey and Volleyball clubs

----
Retail
Blockbuster Italia - video rental (51%)
La Standa department store group
Supermercato supermarket chain

----
Printing
printing operations in Germany and Spain
----
Other

direct 2.48% stake in Kirch TVI Magazine is not responsible for the content of external InterNet sites

Return ˆ To Top

ByLines: Editors Note
Italians, like most Americans, are attracted to personal success stories. It was in 1971, when TVI first wrote about Silvio. He had just launched a local cable-television - Telemilano. "We saw the project grow and grow", wrote TVI's co-founder, Al Preiss, 'until the Berlusconi family firm controlled three commercial TV channels".
----- Our first TVI Magazine Tips "browser" issue - 1989, seen in above photo, depicts Silvio with a globe, predicting the future of the world of comunications. Troy says he was drawn into the featured 1989 Berlusconi article, written by Dr. Iezzi, Ph.D, of Hofstra University, because of the globe photo. It brought back the wireless networking predictions of "Marconi" and N.B. Stubblefield of the early 1900s.
----- As the media empire was being built, Silvio founded his own political party in 1993, Forza Italia - Go Italy, named after a chant used by fans of the AC Milan football club - which he also owns. He saw his chance as judges in Milan purged the country's old political class in "Operation Clean Hands", aimed at eliminating the corruption which had tainted public life.
-----
It was in 1994, when Silvio first became the Prime Minister of Italy. By summertime in July 1994, TVI Magazine was helping him celebrate his position and cheer on the Italian soccer ball team while attending the Soccer World Cup at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, California.
-----
During the excitement, Josie invited the Prime Minister and his group to have a few drinks after the game at our Rosemont Estate, just down the street from the Rose Bowl. More would have attended, but I think a personal call from Italy; and Brazil's victory over Italy put a damper on the festivities. It just wasn't the year for Silvio Berlusconi.
-----
A few months later he was out. "It took nearly seven years", writes Troy and Josie Cory, in their book, "Disappointments Are Great, Follow the Money" - but by 2001, he was back on top, in coalition once more with his former partners. But accusations have continued to dog him, ever since, except for one thing.
He fooled them all by teaming
with President Bush, after 911.
---- "In essence", said Troy, during the interview for this article, "the movie segments we shot in Venice, and at Berchtesgaden, Germany, "Lost Woman of Italy", has really paid off for those politicians who have seen this classic movie segment. The story is about the good and bad choices of men and women, during times of war, and those people that are subject to coalition governments."
-----Since, overcoming the corruption, he's overcome the claims that he tried to bribe judges to stop a business rival taking over state-owned food group SME in the 1980s. He describes the charge as "fantasy" and says he is the victim of a political campaign by left-wing judges.
-----The PM has also been embarrassed by the conviction in April of his former personal lawyer, Cesare Previti, for bribing a judge during a takeover battle to favor his Fininvest company. Over the past two years, many Italians have tolerated, and even admired, some of the more tycoon-like aspects of their leader.
-----But as many as two-thirds of the electorate were against the immunity law, under which Mr. Berlusconi was exempted from trial while he remained in office.
-----And now that the Constitutional Court has thrown it out, Premier Berlusconi, like our own President Bush, will continue to battle with those opposing the war in Iraq during his second term, while the Premier will battle the judges, set to continue to override him with another coalition government, for the up-tenth time.
-----It just goes to show you, says Troy, "NOTHING IN THIS WORLD IS PERMANENT" . . . so follow the money - - and take some advice from a dinner-time chat with "Stonehead".f

 More Articles • Converging News2007 / TeleCom BuyOuts, Spinoffs and Asset Seizure Boom

Respectfully Submitted
Josie Cory
Publisher/Editor TVI Magazine
 TVI Magazine, tviNews.net, YES90, Your Easy Search, Associated Press, Reuters, BBC, LA Times, NY Times, VRA's D-Diaries, Industry Press Releases, They Said It, SmartSearch, and Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia were used in compiling and ascertaining this Yes90 news report.
 ©1956-2007. Copyright. All rights reserved by: TVI Publications, VRA TelePlay Pictures, xingtv and Big Six Media Entertainments. Tel - 323 462.1099.

We Preserve The Moment

Return ˆ To Top

VRA TelePlay -- DVDs

 

Editor's Search -

Google Search


 TODAY'S PUZZLE? - 2005 / A Brainboost Answer



SEARCH / for


We Preserve The Moment
Yes90 tviNews S90 Profiles4 PEOPLE SECTION - Silvio Berlusconi / Feature Story / SMART90.com/people/silvioberlusconi.htm / Smart90, lookradio, nbs100, tvimagazine, vratv, xingtv, Ddiaries, Soulfind, nbstubblefield, congming90, chinaexpo, vralogo, Look Radio, China Expo, Soul Find, s90tv, wifi90, dv90, nbs 100, Josie Cory, Publisher, Troy Cory, ePublisher, Troy Cory-Stubblefield / Kudoads, Photo Image665, Movies troy cory show duration:medium:free - 4 min - Television With No Borders

Legal Notices Copyright Information
How Do We Do Business?
Tel 323 462-1099
SEND E-MAIL
Return ˆ To Top

/Images/ballbouncing.gif
0gHD%2302/%23%23$$mmaarrttsitemaster2010/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/silvioberlusconi46w.jpg200903MarMagCov46w.jpg/200903MarMagCov46w.jpg

00SideBar00pMar0946w.jpg00SideBar0046w.jpg


/200703MarMagCov46w.jpg 

/ImagesNBS100/GrandpaNat01School300w.jpg

Smart90Red108w.jpg

2006/Imageskudoad/linkad02logo.gif

THIS WEEK'S COVER


 TODAY'SPUZZLE?

Google KudoAds2006/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/00coverofpow108w.jpg
AMAZON
BUY - DVDS
Smart Daaf Boys
Troy Cory Show
CHINA MOON
___________


Hong Kong Triad /
"Jockey Club"
Follow The Money

SmartDaaf Boys

NBSPatent02AutoDraw108w.jpg


TVI Magazine
Back Issues -Available - Rare 50 Years of TeleCom History and TimeLines

___________

HOLLYWOOD BEAT
Celebrity Scene News Events, Finance Executives Presented by TVI Magazine

___________

LookRadio
RadioPlayMusic
Video On Demand VRA TelePlay Shows and WebCast
___________

AMAZON
BUY - DVDS

Smart Daaf Boys
Troy Cory Show
CHINA MOON
___________

SoulFind
Using Soul Find RFID Chips to Rapidly IIdentify People.

___________

NBS100
Getting prepared for the 100th Year of Radio Frequencie & "Wireless Cemeteries"

___________  


Return
ˆ
To Top

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

  

 

top
ˆ

 

  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

top
ˆ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ˆ

 

120 PIXELS 3 columns

ˆ