Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest

1st Edition

Michael P. McCauley, B. Lee Artz, DeeDee Halleck, Paul E Peterson

Routledge
Published October 31, 2002
Reference - 336 Pages
ISBN 9780765609915 - CAT# Y183071

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Summary

As federal funding for public broadcasting wanes and support from corporations and an elite group of viewers and listeners rises, public broadcasting's role as vox populi has come under threat. With contributions from key scholars from a wide variety of disciplines, this volume examines the crisis facing public broadcasting today by analyzing the institution's development, its presentday operations, and its prospects for the future. Covering everything from globalization and the rise of the Internet, to key issues such as race and class, to specific subjects such as advertising, public access, and grassroots radio, Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest provides a fresh and original look at a vital component of our mass media.

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