Auteur: Barsamian, David
Titel: Decline and fall of public broadcasting
Sub titel: Creating alternatives to corporate media
Concentration of the media has reached new heights, making it harder for alternative and critical voices to gain a hearing. Market pressures increasingly have encroached on the original mission of public broadcasting, which was to "provide a voice for groups that may otherwise be unheard." Yet around the country, innovative journalists and activists are creating more democratic, informative, and engaging media. In the Decline and Fall of Public Broadcasting, David Barsamian gives an insider?s account of these new media activists and the challenges they confront, drawing on his years of experience in public radio.
2001, 99 pag., Euro 16
South End Press, Boston, ISBN 896086542
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