Future for Public Service Television

Television is on the edge of both decline and rebirth. Vast technological change has brought about financial uncertainty and creative possibilities for producers, distributors and viewers. The proliferation of platforms from Amazon and Netflix to YouTube and the vlogosphere means extreme competition...

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Main Author: Freedman, Des
Other Authors: Goblot, Vana
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Goldsmiths Press 2018
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