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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Cold War broadcasting.
Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
A Ross Johnson; R Eugene Parta
|ISBN:||9781441677082 1441677089 9786155211904 6155211906|
|Description:||1 online resource (xxv, 584 p.) : ill., maps.|
|Contents:||Preface by Timothy Garton Ash Foreword Introduction PART ONE: GOALS OF THE BROADCASTS Chapter One: RFE's Early Years: Evolution of Broadcast Policy and Evidence of Broadcast Impact Chapter Two: Goals of Radio Liberty Chapter Three: The Voice of America: A Brief Cold War History PART TWO: JAMMING AND AUDIENCES Chapter Four: Cold War Radio Jamming Appendix A: Types of Jamming Appendix B: An Example of a Shortwave Broadcasting Station During the Cold War Chapter Five: The Audience to Western Broadcasts to the USSR During the Cold War: An External Perspective Chapter Six: The Foreign Radio Audience in the USSR During the Cold War: An Internal Perspective Chapter Seven: The Audience to Western Broadcasts to Poland During the Cold War Appendix C: Weekly Listening Rates for Major Western Broadcasters to Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and the USSR During the Cold War PART THREE: IMPACT OF WESTERN BROADCASTS IN EASTERN EUROPE Chapter Eight: Radio Free Europe in the Eyes of the Polish Communist Elite Chapter Nine: Polish Regime Countermeasures Against Radio Free Europe Chapter Ten: Radio Free Europe's Impact in Romania During the Cold War Chapter Eleven: Ceauşescu's War Against Our Ears Chapter Twelve: Just Noise? Impact of Radio Free Europe in Hungary Chapter Thirteen: Bulgarian Regime Countermeasures Against Radio Free Europe PART FOUR: IMPACT OF WESTERN BROADCASTS IN THE USSR Chapter Fourteen: Soviet Reactions to Foreign Broadcasting in the 1950s Chapter Fifteen: Foreign Media, the Soviet Western Frontier, and the Hungarian and Czechoslovak Crises Chapter Sixteen: Water Shaping the Rock: Cold War Broadcasting Impact in Latvia PART FIVE: CONCLUSIONS Chapter Seventeen: Cold War International Broadcasting and the Road to Democracy PART SIX: DOCUMENTS FROM EAST EUROPEAN AND SOVIET ARCHIVES I. Regime Perceptions of Western Broadcasters II. Regime Countermeasures Against Western Broadcasters Contributors Glossary Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by A. Ross Johnson and R. Eugene Parta ; foreword by Timothy Garton Ash.|