Discography

REMEMBERING MICHAEL JACKSON ALBUM DANGEROUS

On November 26 of twenty-nine years ago, Michael Jackson's album Dangerous was on his way to reach the store's shelves, and it might be refreshing to remember how Media (NOT) welcomed this great masterpiece. Since the news that Michael Jackson's had a new album coming by the fall of 1991, Media wondered what to expect… Continue reading REMEMBERING MICHAEL JACKSON ALBUM DANGEROUS

Media Lies & Manipulations

FAKE NEWS ABOUT MICHAEL JACKSON: THE 2006 “NEW YORK TIME” ARTICLE

In the era of full-blown fake news, even newspapers that were once defined as serious have invented whole phone calls out of thin air and script false and groundless dialogues, from eating garlic for treatment to 5G as sources of contagion from covid. Writing and spreading falsehoods to discredit a political force or a character… Continue reading FAKE NEWS ABOUT MICHAEL JACKSON: THE 2006 “NEW YORK TIME” ARTICLE

From The Archives

REFLECTION ON HEALTHY MAGAZINE ARTICLES ON MICHAEL JACKSON

  In November 2013, an article published by Healthy Magazine¬†suddenly popped up in the Michael Jackson community. It was just a sneak peek. At that time, the whole article was released only through hard copy. Then, after a short while, the complete article appeared on the web. The title was astonishing, "Michael Jackson. Did He… Continue reading REFLECTION ON HEALTHY MAGAZINE ARTICLES ON MICHAEL JACKSON

Media Lies & Manipulations

DAN REED BAITING THE JACKSON FANBASE IN A DESPERATE NEED FOR ATTENTION

Hear ye, hear ye: Dan Reed put on notice the Michael Jackson community, given the new twitter provisions. It was probably a mere attempt to raise his profile traffic on twitter or looking a loophole to find a way to be interviewed and spread awareness of how many Mr. & Mrs. Looney there are in… Continue reading DAN REED BAITING THE JACKSON FANBASE IN A DESPERATE NEED FOR ATTENTION

Intellectual Property & Music Business

MICHAEL JACKSON: NOT TO TRUST EVERYBODY IN THE RECORD INDUSTRY

  The 2002 scenario marked the public back and forth of the war and the problems between MJ, Sony, and CEO Tommy Mottola. MJ words on Mottola speak alone. There is no need to comment any further, primarily because it must not be forgotten that Mr. Mottola was a hired man at the end of… Continue reading MICHAEL JACKSON: NOT TO TRUST EVERYBODY IN THE RECORD INDUSTRY