By MELISSA GILLIAMAssociated PressAUSTIN (AP) Donald Trump’s election has given a new urgency to efforts to create a new kind of media landscape, and the first steps have begun.
The Trump administration on Thursday signed off on a proposal to establish a new designated media markets in the U.S. that would enable a range of media owners to set up their own online platforms and platforms for their content.
The White House said the Trump administration would “establish a national digital media ecosystem for the media industry, and allow the industry to create new revenue streams and markets for digital media.”
The Trump-backed proposals would help create new outlets for the entertainment and media industries, but also could lead to consolidation of media ownership in some of the most powerful media businesses in the world.
The new platforms would give new power to media owners, while allowing smaller media companies and even independent media to compete.
“The Trump Administration will encourage the creation of a new media landscape that will allow media to grow and flourish,” the White White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said in a statement.
“The Trump’s vision for a free, vibrant, and independent media has not gone unnoticed by the American people and media leaders alike.”
It is not clear how Trump will implement his plan.
Sanders said that the Trump team is working to finalize it, but that the administration did not offer any details.
Trump’s plan to create the new digital media ecosystems comes at a time when Trump has been trying to expand the reach of the media, especially on social media and the Internet.
He has also vowed to create an independent, new media business for the U, and a media watchdog that would be run by the White Trump Institute.
The proposed new digital outlets are expected to be established by the end of the year.
Sanders said the new media industries would be created in a “robust and innovative way.”
They would be governed by a set of guidelines for content that would help them attract, engage, and inform consumers, she said.
The proposal would create a national media ecosystem that would allow media owners and small media companies to create their own digital platforms and markets, the White Senate press secretary said.
A new digital ecosystem would allow smaller media owners that want to create media for the general public to compete with major players, Sanders said.
It is unclear how Trump plans to enforce his vision.
The Trump administration has already started the process of rolling back rules that require broadcasters to be subject to public scrutiny.
Sanders didn’t say whether the administration plans to roll back rules in a similar way to what was done to broadcasters.
Trump is expected to unveil his new digital networks in the coming weeks.
He also plans to announce a budget on Wednesday that includes an allocation for the Media Matters for America project that is monitoring the media.
The Media Matters project has been a favorite of Trump’s and his allies, and it has become a prominent part of the president’s campaign.
A spokesman for the group, Adam C. Smith, said the Whitehouse had not yet determined how the money would be spent on the project.