The Anglo-American Media Connection

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The Anglo-American media constitute one of the world's most familiar, and least analysed, alliances. Spanning a broad range from advertising to publishing, pop music and pornography, this book addresses this alliance and its future.
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Overview


The Anglo-American media constitute one of the world's most familiar, and least analysed, alliances. Spanning a broad range from advertising to publishing, pop music and pornography, this book addresses this alliance and its future.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780198715221
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 12/1/1999
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeremy Tunstall is Professor of Sociology at City University, London. He is the author of numerous books including Media Mogules (with Michael Palmer, 1991), Television Producers (1993), and Newspaper Power (1996).

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Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures
Introduction 1
Pt. I Britain and Other American Media Advantages
1 The USA as Popular Culture Number One 13
2 Brits on the Anglo-American team 16
3 Hollywood Genre Menu 22
4 Multiplication of Video Channels and Programming 32
5 Washington as Media Policy Umpire and Commercial Booster 40
6 Bulking up for Digital: The Vertical Imperative 53
Pt. II Britain as Media Number Two to the USA
7 Britain as Number Two in the Anglo-American Media 71
8 World News Duopoly 77
9 Public Service Broadcasting 91
10 British Popular Music and the BBC 97
11 Book Publishing: US-UK Merger 105
12 Advertising Agencies 113
Pt. III Britain as Film, Television, and Press Colony
13 Hollywood and British Media Subordination 129
14 Non-citizen Press Moguls: Feuds and Foreign Policy 140
15 British Broadcasting Containment and Competition 152
16 Mrs. Thatcher's Farewell Waive, Sky's Satellite and Cable Monopoly 162
17 Will a British BBC Survive until 2022? 174
Pt. IV Europe Adds Deregulation to Media Nationalism
18 France and Germany Copy Italian Accident: Britain Follows Later 189
19 Television without Frontiers: Brussels Misreads US Satellites and British Privatization 200
20 A Policy for Film Auteurs, but None for Hollywood 215
21 Sports Media: Advantage Europe, Game USA 228
22 Smaller Countries: Media Nationalism Multiplied 247
Pt. V Conclusions
23 A Win for US Media, not USA 259
24 Britain's Anglo-American Media Mirage 264
25 Towards Euro-and Anglo-American Media 269
Select Bibliography 276
Index 281
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