This new volume of documents provides a comprehensive account of the dramatic development of the British media from 1945-95. Negrine brings to life the story of the growth of television and newspapers in British society.... provided certain conditions are fulfilled, the public are best served if able to buy the amount of the service required from suppliers ... Committee, for in the case of broadcast programmes, a#39;mistakesa#39; in viewing can easily be rectified without major cost to the consumer. ... Within the context of the Committeea#39;s task, it implies that replacing the licence fee by advertising revenue for the BBC would not be inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Television and the Press Since 1945|
|Author||:||Ralph M. Negrine|
|Publisher||:||Manchester University Press - 1998|