Television: Policy and Culture

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Unwin Hyman, 1990 - Computers - 276 pages
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In this important and wide-ranging text, Richard Collins combines original research with provocative analysis and argument. He focuses on the impact of new television technologies, national policies for television for television in North America and Europe, the effects of internationalisation, television news and documentaries and the history and likely development of media studies.

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Richard Collins is Professor of Media Studies at the Open University UK.


Cristina Murroni is a consultant in media and communications economics and policy and lives in Italy.

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