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Behind the screens : the structure of British broadcasting in the 1990s

Author: Stuart Hood
Publisher: London : Lawrence & Wishart, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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What is happening to British television in the 1990s? With the restructuring of ITV, the growth in independent production and the BBC charter due for renewal in 1996, this is a decade of uncertainty and radical change for the British television industry. This timely collection, written by those working in the industry as well as outside commentators, examines the implications of these changes and raises key
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Behind the screens.
London : Lawrence & Wishart, 1994
(OCoLC)618829698
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Hood
ISBN: 085315774X 9780853157748
OCLC Number: 37683099
Description: x, 214 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction / Stuart Hood --
Culture, quality, and choice : the re-regulation of TV 1989-91 / John Corner, Sylvia Harvey and Karen Lury --
Public service in the 'new broadcasting age' / Brian Winston --
Television, audiences, politics / Mike Wayne --
Programmes for Black audiences / Thérèse Daniels --
Women and television / Jane Arthurs --
Channel 4 television : from Annan to Grade / Sylvia Harvey --
Independent production / Colin Sparks --
Money talks : broadcasting, finance and public culture / Graham Murdock --
Working in television : five interviews : Stuart Cosgrove & Don Coutts, Phillippa Giles, Ken Loach, Nadine Marsh-Edwards, John McGrath / Peter Keighron and Carol Walker.
Responsibility: edited by Stuart Hood.
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