A consultant on public policy, Johnston introduces readers to two parallel media worlds: a world of haves that is grand, global, and gratuitous; and a world of have-nots that is silent, segmented, and secluded. She finds that though most everyone vaguely believes that the world would be better withPC makers have the capability to feed a digital signal from satellite services like DirecTV or from a DVD player directly to ... Another experiment was to enable a subscriber to watch someone explore the Dead Sea area with a digital camera mounted on a bicycle. ... show, to allow PC users to access digital video and audio signals from cable, broadcast, and satellite with a computer no faster than 133 mhz.
|Title||:||Global News Access|
|Author||:||Carla B. Johnston|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1998-01-01|