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Broadcasting and New Media Policies in Western Europe

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ISBN13: 9780415005098
ISBN: 0415005094
Published: September 1988
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Murdoch, Maxwell, Hersant, Berlusconi, Bertelsmann, Springer and Turner ... in the 1980s new actors have emerged to exploit the opportunities in European broadcasting provided by the new technologies of satellite and cable. Dramatic political, economic and cultural consequences are promised and are already being addressed by public policy. This book analyses and interprets the development of regulatory policies in Western Europe in response to these new phenomena.

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Contents:
Preface 1. The Context of New Media Politics in Western Europe Kenneth Dyson and Peter Humphreys 2. The Debate About the Future of Broadcasting: An Analysis Kenneth Dyson 3. Regulatory Change in Western Europe: From National Cultural Regulation to International Economic Statecraft Kenneth Dyson and Peter Humphreys 4. New Media Policies and the Politics of Central-Local Relations in France Jean-Paul Simon 5. New Media Policy Dilemmas in West Germany: From Ideological Polarisation to Regional Economic Competition Peter Humphreys 6. New Media in Britain: Is There a Policy? Ralph Negrine 7. Regulating New Media: The Implementation Process Kenneth Dyson 8. Conclusions: Patterns of Regulatory Change in Western Europe Kenneth Dyson Index