This book is intended as a textbook for use in undergraduate and graduate courses in comparative broadcast systems, international broadcasting, and international communication. It also serves as a reference source for professionals in these fields and as a supplement manual text or reader in mass communications courses. Issues addressed include: equity in allocating frequencies and satellite orbits, the New World Information Order debate, transborder spillover and important patterns of TV programming, regulating DBS transmissions, and the future of UNESCO without U.S. participation. More than two dozen tables and maps are included in this volume.
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