The electronic box office: humanities and arts on the cable. [Edited by] Richard Adler [and] Walter S. Baer. Sponsored by the Aspen Program on Communications and Society.

; Baer, Walter S., author ; Aspen Program on Communications and Society
New York, Praeger [1974] .
ISBN 0275089604

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Other Authors Baer, Walter S.,
Aspen Program on Communications and Society.
Subjects Cable television.
Kabeltelevisie.
Sociale aspecten.
Subscription television.
Télédistribution.
Télévision -- Émissions.
Télévision payante.
Series Praeger special studies in U.S. economic, social, and political issues.
Description xiv, 139 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The humanistic claim on the cable / Richard Adler -- Pay television at the crossroads / Walter S. Baer and Carl Pilnick -- The electronic box office / Robert R. Bruce and John Goberman -- The probable effects of pay cable television on culture and the arts / Richard A. Posner -- The video implosion: models for reinventing television / Kas Kalba -- Summary of the Aspen Program Conference on the Humanities and the Arts on Cable.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)867927
(OCoLC)ocm00867927
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WorldCat Identities Adler, Richard, 1942-
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