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  • British Broadcastingby Burton Paulu

    University of Minnesota Press 1956; US$ 75.00

    British Broadcasting was first published in 1956. Those interested in the uses and abuses of the airwaves frequently indulge in lively debates over the merits of British broadcasting policies and practices as compared to their American counterparts. Most such arguments, however, are based on scanty knowledge of actual facts about British broadcasting.... more...

  • British Broadcasting in Transitionby Burton Paulu

    University of Minnesota Press 1961; US$ 67.50

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  • Television and Radio in the United Kingdomby Burton Paulu

    University of Minnesota Press 1981; US$ 75.00

    Television and Radio in the United Kingdom was first published in 1981. Burton Paulu regards British broadcasting as the best in the world, and ascribes controlled competition as the basic reason for its present status. The BBC, the most highly respected of all broadcasting services, benefited from the creation, in 1954, of the commercially-supported... more...

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