The contributors show that digital media are disrupting entire media industries, but without erasing the past and insist that one media sector is not the same as the next. As the title signals even in the age of convergence and remix culture, different media continue to display their own distinctive political economies.US$14.62 billion TV/satellite Radio/music TV: CW Network (50%); Channels (47 regional and local language versions ... TiVo, ION Media Networks; Cable Provider: Comcast Cable (largest US provider) TV: Fox Television Stations Group (35 ... Movie, History, Fuel TV, Speed, TV Guide Channel (41%), National Geographic (50%), Channel V, Channel V International, ... (NL), Paramount Comedy (IT, SP), Viva (GER, HUN, POL, SWI), Game One (France, Israel), The Box (NL) CBS Rev.
|Title||:||The Political Economies of Media|
|Author||:||Dal Yong Jin, Dwayne Winseck|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2012-05-08|