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  • Convergence of Telecommunications and Broadcasting in Japan United Kingdom and Germanyby Koichiro Agata; Kiyoshi Nakamura

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 195.00

    This international comparative study arises from a recent conference held at Waseda University (Tokyo) and contains up to the minute contributions by economists, political scientists and engineers from Japan, United Kingdom and Germany. more...

  • Occidentalism in Turkeyby Meltem Ahiska

    I.B.Tauris 2010; US$ 29.00

    From the early Attaturk years, Turkish radio broadcasting was seen as a great hope for sealing the national identity of the new Turkish Republic. Since the inaugural broadcast in 1927 the national elite designed radio broadcasting to represent the 'voice of a nation'. Here Meltem Ah?ska reveals how radio broadcasting actually showed Turkey?s uncertainty... more...

  • Can We Still Trust the BBC?by Robin Aitken

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2013; US$ 14.99

    The scandals that have rocked the BBC have touched the corporation from top to bottom. As the revelations about Jimmy Savile unfold and shock the nation, people may reasonably ask what possible trust they can have in this incomparable national institution, once the embodiment of truth and moral excellence. This book asks a big question: can we still... more...

  • The Insider's Guide to Film Financeby Philip Alberstat

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 45.95

    First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...

  • Wireless and Empireby Aitor Anduaga

    Oxford University Press 2009; US$ 84.99

    Although the product of a self-proclaimed consensus politics, the British Empire was always based on communications supremacy and the knowledge of the atmosphere. Using the metaphor of a thread of five pieces representing the categories science, industry, government, the military, and the education, this is the first book to study the relations between... more...

  • Desperately Seeking the Audienceby Ien Ang

    Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 49.95

    Ang's ethnographic perspective on the television audience gives new insights into our television culture, with the audience seen not as an object to be controlled, but as an active social subject. more...

  • British Cinema, Past and Presentby Justine Ashby; Andrew Higson

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 43.95

    British Cinema brings together leading international scholars to investigate the rich diversity of Britain's film production, and explore the different cultural traditions which have shaped Britain's national identity onscreen. more...

  • Hollywood Insider Exposed!by Nelson Aspen

    New Holland Publishers (Australia) 2008; US$ 12.95

    Hollywood's happiest TV personality shares his insights and secrets in this show-and-tell-all collection of anecdotes. more...

  • Distorting Defenseby Stephen P. Aubin

    ABC-CLIO 1998; US$ 119.95

    Using journalists' own standards as the measure, an exhaustive analysis of nearly 3000 network news reports from the Reagan, Bush, and Clinton administrations reveals that the networks may do more to misinform than inform on a whole range of complex issues related to national defense. This study paints a disturbing picture of the inadequate coverage... more...

  • Backstoryby Ken Auletta

    Penguin Group US 2004; US$ 15.00

    It is said that journalism is a vital public service as well as a business, but more and more it is also said that big media consolidation; noisy, instant opinions on cable and the Internet; and political ?bias? are making a mockery of such high-minded ideals. In Backstory , Ken Auletta explores why one of America?s most important industries is also... more...