Mass media; Ownership

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Fools Rush In: Steve Case, Jerry Levin, and the Unmaking of AOL Time Warner

Fools Rush In

Steve Case, Jerry Levin, and the Unmaking of AOL Time Warner

HarperCollins (2009)
US$13.99

Every era has its merger; every era has its story. For the New Media age it was an even bigger...

Cable Cowboy: John Malone and the Rise of the Modern Cable Business

Cable Cowboy

John Malone and the Rise of the Modern Cable Business

Wiley (2002)
US$16.50

An inside look at a cable titan and his industry John Malone, hailed as one of the great unsung...

Media Concentration and Democracy: Why Ownership Matters
US$26.99

This book provides a normative critique of mass media ownership concentration.

Media Moguls
US$49.95

The emergence of a few powerful individuals in control of large sections of mass communication...

Inside Rupert's Brain
US$4.99

How the world's most powerful media mogul  really  thinks   The third book in Portfolio's new...

William Randolph Hearst: The Later Years, 1911-1951

William Randolph Hearst

The Later Years, 1911-1951

US$72.99

William Randolph Hearst was a figure of Shakespearean proportions, a man of huge ambition,...

Media Ownership: The Economics and Politics of Convergence and Concentration in the UK and European Media

Media Ownership

The Economics and Politics of Convergence and Concentration in the UK and European Media

US$48.00

The digital revolution is transforming media and communications industries worldwide, and media...

Media Firms: Structures, Operations, and Performance

Media Firms

Structures, Operations, and Performance

US$57.95

Media Firms presents studies applying the company level approach to media and communication firms....

Media Competition and Coexistence: The Theory of the Niche
US$57.95

This volume considers how media firms, as well as entire industries, exist and persist over time...

Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning and Metrics
US$50.95

Questions concerning the quality of media performance and the effectiveness of media policymaking...