Regulatory models for broadcasting in Africa

Hills, J. 2003. Regulatory models for broadcasting in Africa. in: Barker, J. (ed.) Broadcasting policy and practice in Africa London, UK Article 19. pp. 34-70

Chapter titleRegulatory models for broadcasting in Africa
AuthorsHills, J.
EditorsBarker, J.
Book titleBroadcasting policy and practice in Africa
Page range34-70
Year2003
PublisherArticle 19
Publication dates
Published2003
Place of publicationLondon, UK
ISBN1902598504
Web address (URL)http://www.article19.org/pdfs/publications/africa-broadcasting-policy.pdf

Related outputs

What's new? War, censorship and global transmission: from the telegraph to the internet
Hills, J. 2006. What's new? War, censorship and global transmission: from the telegraph to the internet. International Communication Gazette. 68 (3), pp. 195-216.

The internet: a challenge to public service broadcasting?
Hills, J. and Michalis, M. 2003. The internet: a challenge to public service broadcasting? in: Miller, T. (ed.) Television: critical concepts in media and cultural studies Routledge.

The struggle for control of global communication: the formative century
Hills, J. 2002. The struggle for control of global communication: the formative century. Urbana, USA University of Illinois Press.

Creative destruction in European internet industries and policies
Hills, J. and Michalis, M. 2001. Creative destruction in European internet industries and policies. in: McKnight, L.W., Vaaler, P.M. and Katz, R.L. (ed.) Creative destruction: business survival strategies in the global Internet economy Cambridge, USA MIT Press. pp. 73-94

The internet: a challenge to public service broadcasting?
Hills, J. and Michalis, M. 2000. The internet: a challenge to public service broadcasting? International Communication Gazette. 62 (6), pp. 477-493.

Restructuring regulation: technological convergence and European telecommunications and broadcasting markets
Hills, J. and Michalis, M. 2000. Restructuring regulation: technological convergence and European telecommunications and broadcasting markets. Review of International Political Economy. 7 (3), pp. 434-464.

Technological convergence: regulatory competition. The British case of digital television
Hills, J. and Michalis, M. 1997. Technological convergence: regulatory competition. The British case of digital television. Policy Studies. 18 (3-4), pp. 219-237.

Digital television and regulatory issues: the British case
Hills, J. and Michalis, M. 1997. Digital television and regulatory issues: the British case. Communications et Strategies. 27 (3), pp. 75-101.

Permalink - https://westminsterresearch.westminster.ac.uk/item/93813/regulatory-models-for-broadcasting-in-africa


Share this
Tweet
Email