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The biggest flaw in the Brazilian media concerns the ownership of radio stations and provincial newspapers.According to Donos da Mídia, a monitoring group, 271 politicians (defined as state or federal legislators ormayors) are either directors or partners in media companies. Surprisingly, the two states with the highestincidence of politician-proprietors are Minas Gerais and São Paulo in the developed south-east. No diplomacan guarantee reporting that is independent of these mini-Berlusconis.