The global media atlas
British Film Institute, Sep 26, 2001 - Performing Arts - 128 pages
This book is a guide to the global communications revolution. The book is presented in the form of over 50 color maps which graphically depict the global diffusion of old and new media. As well as presenting up-to-date data, the book extrapolates trends on a variety of topics illustrating media distribution.
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