New patterns in global television: peripheral vision
Oxford University Press, May 23, 1996 - Performing Arts - 238 pages
New Patterns in Global Television focuses upon the development of television industries in some of the countries outside the traditionally dominant centres. It challenges the view that `cultural imperialism' from powerful metropolitan centres dictates the supply of television programmes and services in the world. Specialist researchers provide the first comprehensive overview of TV production in dynamic `peripheral' regions such as Latin America, India, the Middle East, Greater China, and, in the English-speaking world, Canada and Australia.
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