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  • Dramas of Nationhoodby Lila Abu-Lughod

    University of Chicago Press 2008; US$ 30.00

    How do people come to think of themselves as part of a nation? Dramas of Nationhood identifies a fantastic cultural form that binds together the Egyptian nation—television serials. These melodramatic programs—like soap operas but more closely tied to political and social issues than their Western counterparts—have been shown on... 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...

  • Voices in Ruinsby Alexander Badenoch

    Palgrave Macmillan 2008; US$ 110.00

    Immediately after the Second World War, the radio was the best-preserved medium of mass communication in Germany. This book explores the implications of this dominance by asking how everyday broadcasting constructed ideas of 'normal' times, people and places in the destroyed, divided and occupied zones of what would become the Federal Republic. more...

  • Cable Visionsby Sarah Banet-Weiser; Cynthia Chris; Anthony Freitas

    NYU Press 2007; US$ 89.00

    Cable television, on the brink of a boom in the 1970s, promised audiences a new media frontier-an expansive new variety of entertainment and information choices. Music video, 24–hour news, 24-hour weather, movie channels, children's channels, home shopping, and channels targeting groups based on demographic characteristics or interests were... more...

  • A History of Broadcasting in the United States, Volume Iby Erik Barnouw

    Oxford University Press 1967; US$ 99.99

    Tells how radio and television became an integral part of American life, of how a toy became an industry and a force in politics, business, education, religion, and international affairs. more...

  • A History of Broadcasting in the United States, Volume IIby Erik Barnouw

    Oxford University Press 1985; US$ 99.99

    Tells how radio and television became an integral part of American life, of how a toy became an industry and a force in politics, business, education, religion, and international affairs. more...

  • A History of Broadcasting in the United States, 3by Erik Barnouw

    Oxford University Press, USA 1970; US$ 99.99

    During the iQSo's, in a frontier atmosphere of enterprise and sharp struggle, an American television system took shape. But even as it did so, itspioneers pushed beyond American borders and became programmers to scores of other nations. In its first decade United States television was already a world phenomenon. Since American radio had for some... more...

  • Tube of Plentyby Erik Barnouw

    Oxford University Press, USA 1990; US$ 18.99

    Based on the classic History of Broadcasting in the United States, Tube of Plenty represents the fruit of several decades' labor. When Erik Barnouw--premier chronicler of American broadcasting and a participant in the industry for fifty years--first undertook the project of recording its history, many viewed it as a light-weight literary task concerned... more...

  • Television and Its Audienceby Patrick Barwise; Andrew Ehrenberg

    SAGE Publications 1988; US$ 23.95

    This book by two leading experts takes a fresh look at the nature of television, starting from an audience perspective. It draws on over twenty years of research about the audience in the United States and Britain and about the many ways in which television is funded and organized around the world. The overall picture which emerges is of: a medium... more...

  • The Political Economy of European Union Competition Policyby Tuna Baskoy

    Taylor and Francis 2008; US$ 49.95

    Competition policy is the first truly supranational public policy regulating market competition in the European Union. This book offers the first thorough investigation of competition policy, analyzing where it has succeeded and where and how it has failed to achieve its objectives of preventing excessive market concentration. more...