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The first freedom [by] Bryce W. Rucker. Foreword by Howard Rusk Long. Introd. by Morris L. Ernst.

Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press [1968] .
ISBN 0809302977, 9780809302970

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Subjects Mass media -- United States.
Mass media.
United States.
Series New horizons in journalism.
Description xvii, 322 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages [251]-299).
Contents The daily newspaper: development and decline -- Accelerated chain take-over of newspapers -- The nondaily American press -- Newspaper problems and outlook -- News and feature services: boon or blight? -- Radio's serious problems -- Commercial television and how it grew -- Broadcasting's embarrassments -- Broadcasting networks dominate programming -- UHF and FM: broadcasting's stepchildren -- STV and CATV: supplementary tv services -- A bright future for ETV? -- Broadcasting control of chains and newspapers -- Magazines: will suicidal tendencies abate? -- A blueprint for action.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)301832
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WorldCat Identities Rucker, Bryce W.
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