Public Voices, Private Interests: Australia's Media Policy
OverviewPublic Voices, Private Interests examines the social policy context of Australian media and communications in the 1990s. Dealing with both print and broadcast media, it covers the key areas of debate: new communications technologies, deregulation, cable and pay television, major restructuring within the communications industries and Australian content requirements. It also includes chapters on community radio, SBS and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media. This collection is essential reading for students of Media Studies and Politics, and anyone looking for a better understanding of our Fourth Estate.
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