We have an existing question from 2014 - Are American media controlled mostly by Jews? - where someone has asked about the factual accuracy of an infographic that alleges that a vast majority of media executives are Jewish.
The top-voted answer is a heroic effort by @Ilya-Melamed to not only criticize the methodology of producing the table, but to individually check on dozens of biographies, and show frequent errors.
Now, another user has found an updated version of the same infographic (dated 2015, rather than 2013), and is asking basically the same question.
I am not sure whether to consider it a duplicate or not. The same methodological errors are still in place, but there are dozens of more facts to check.
Should we boldly accept the challenge of debunking every new tweak to the same claim, or do we say we've covered this one already?