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The main focus of this article is the discursive analysis of internationalism. Within communication scholarship, the term `international' has primarily been treated as the sum total of already existing nation formations, each understood in terms of political, economic and administrative...
The transformation of radio in the 1920s from amateur wireless into broadcasting reopened questions of the gender of radio, just as the suffrage movement had succeeded with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Wireless had been an overwhelmingly male hobby. But radio manufacturers and...
Time-honoured distinctions between public service and commercial broadcasters are eroding. A chief driver of these changes is a rise in the prices of programmes and of the cost of television sports rights in particular. Many contemporary instances of these trends were foreshadowed in an early...
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