Community Radio and Public Culture: Being an Examination of Media Access and Equity in the Nations of North America
An analysis of mainstream media and community radio in the United States and Canada. The author argues that access to media and the equitable distribution of information resources are the major prerequisites to an open and democratic media sphere.
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