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Media Literacy Reference
The author presents a global perspective on the reasons why television is regulated, the mechanisms used for regulation, and what regulation covers, particularly its cultural purposes. The author concludes with suggestions about how this might change as nations move to wards a converged, digital future, including an increased role for...
Media Literacy Reference
International radio braodcasting can lead to conflicts or "radio wars" when nations broadcast unwanted messages. Senders and receivers often develop a series of strategies to broadcast or prevent broadcasts from being received. The radio wars between the U.S. and Cuba and the U.S. and the Soviet Union were examined to...
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