Written by a broadcasting industry insider, this pack gives you everything you need to introduce this complex but fascinating area to your students and illustrates how an informed understanding of broadcasting structures can enhance the study of specific areas of broadcast output. The guide provides a comprehensive overview of significant events and trends in British broadcasting in recent years, and looks forward to the future. Major developments, eg the Broadcasting Act 1990 and the new Communications Bill, are explained in clear and straightforward terms and set in context; the various broadcasting organisations are profiled and their roles explained; key concepts, eg audience classification and scheduling, are thoroughly explored.
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|Original publication date||2004|
|Number of pages||91|