Control of the direct broadcast satellite: values in conflict. Aspen Institute Program on Communications and Society in association with the Office of External Research, Dept. of State.

; United States. Dept. of State. Office of External Research ; Airlie House Conference on International Communications: the Free Exchange of Information and Ideas and the Integrity of National Cultures, 1974
Palo Alto, Calif., Aspen Institute Program on Communications and Society [1974] .

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Other Authors Aspen Institute Program on Communications and Society
United States. Dept. of State. Office of External Research
Airlie House Conference on International Communications: the Free Exchange of Information and Ideas and the Integrity of National Cultures, 1974
Subjects Artificial satellites in telecommunication
Series Aspen Institute Program on Communications and Society. Series on communications
Description x, 156 p. 28 cm.
Notes "Parts I and II consist of papers delivered at the recent Airlie House Conference on International Communications: the Free Exchange of Information and Ideas and the Integrity of National Cultures, February 7-9, 1974."
Bibliography: p. 145-154.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)01046897
(OCoLC)1046897
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