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The TV establishment; programming for power and profit.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice Hall [1974] .
ISBN 0139024034

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Subjects Television broadcasting -- United States -- Social aspects.
Description vi, 186 p. illus. 21 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Epstein, E. J. News from nowhere.--Molotch, H. and Lester, M. Accidents, scandals, and routines: resources for insurgent methodology.--Nix, M. The Meet the press game.--Elliott, P. Selection and communication in a television production: a case study.--Brown, L. Television: the business behind the box.--Cantor, M. G. Producing television for children.--Tuchman, G. Assembling a network talk-show.--Wilensky, H. L. Mass society and mass culture: interdependence or independence?--Sallach, D. L. Class domination and ideological hegemony.--Schiller, H. L. Mass communication and American empire.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00828462
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