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  • Author:
    Elizabeth Jacka,Stuart Cunningham
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    052147003X
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    978-0521470032
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    Cambridge University Press (October 28, 1996)
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    306 pages
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The book describes the Australian industry and the international television marketplace. It also examines the impact of Australian programs on the television cultures of the importing countries.

The book describes the Australian industry and the international television marketplace. The authors outline policy implications and speculate on future directions of Australian television.

Stuart Cunningham, Elizabeth Jacka. This book addresses current debates about globalization and culture by tracing the emergence of Australia as a significant exporter of television to the world market. The authors investigate why Australian programs have found international popularity. The book describes the Australian industry and the international television marketplace. Zoe Halsne added it Dec 01, 2015.

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Elizabeth Jacka's scientific contributions. Stuart D. Cunningham.

Cunningham, S. and Jacka, . Australian Television and International Mediascapes (Melbourne, New York and . Stuart Cunningham ‘Reinventing television: the work of the ‘innovation’ unit’, in Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay (eds), Television Studies after TV, Routledge 2009, p. 3-92. Australian Television and International Mediascapes (Melbourne, New York and London: Cambridge University Press, 1996). Cunningham, . Framing Culture: Criticism and Policy in Australia (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1992). Stuart Cunningham and Jason Potts, ‘New economics for new media’, Mobile Technologies: from Telecommunications to Media (eds Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth) Routledge 2009, pp. 131-142.

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Personal Name: Cunningham, Stuart. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY, USA Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 254-270) and index. Personal Name: Jacka, Elizabeth. Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY, USA. Cambridge University Press, (c)1996. Physical Description: xix, 284 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. Rubrics: Television broadcasting Australia Foreign television programs. ISBN: 9578660650 Author: Li, zhenxing.

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This book addresses current debates about globalization and culture by tracing the emergence of Australia as a significant exporter of television to the world market. The authors investigate why Australian programs have found international popularity. The book describes the Australian industry and the international television marketplace. It also examines the impact of Australian programs on the television cultures of the importing countries. The authors outline policy implications and speculate on future directions of Australian television.