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politics of HDTV in Japan and the United States

Jeffrey A. Hart

politics of HDTV in Japan and the United States

by Jeffrey A. Hart

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Published by Indiana University, Graduate School of Business in Bloomington, Indiana .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Jeffrey A. Hart.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Indiana University -- No.100, Discussion paper -- No.100.
ContributionsIndiana University. Graduate School of Business.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20516657M

Japan is one of the most media-saturated societies in the world. The circulations of its "big five" national newspapers dwarf those of any major American newspaper. NHK, its public service broadcasting agency, is second only to the BBC in size. And it has a full range of commercial television stations, high-brow and low-brow magazines (from widely read intellectual journals . The overthrow of Russia's Provisional Government in the fall of by Lenin and his Bolshevik forces, made possible by the government's continuing defeat in the war, its failure to bring political reform, and a further decline in the conditions of everyday life.

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