How to talk back to your television set.


[1st ed.].. Boston, Little, Brown [1970] .

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Subjects Television broadcasting -- United States.
Television broadcasting.
Télévision -- Émissions -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description ix, 228 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Summary For the thoughtful general reader and student of the mass media.
Contents The crush of television -- The media barons and the public interest -- The silent screen -- New attitudes, new understanding, new will: the media and the unheard -- A concept of communications: a systems approach -- Communications and the year 2000 -- CATV: promise and peril -- Reforming television: institutional realignments -- What you can do to improve TV.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)59804
(OCoLC)ocm00059804
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WorldCat Identities Johnson, Nicholas, 1934-
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