Radio and Television Regulation : Broadcast Technology in the United States, 1920-1960

Slotten, Hugh R.

Editorial: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000
ISBN 10: 080186450X / ISBN 13: 9780801864506
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"[Radio and Television Regulation] is a solidly grounded scholarship of the highest quality."

(Jeremy Harris Lipschultz Journal of Radio Studies)

"Slotten's study is a valuable addition to the historical literature on broadcasting (or more broadly the regulation of technology in society). It is both well researched and well written."

(Christopher H. Sterling Journal of American History)

"Another soild contribution to the literature on the development of U.S. broadcasting. Slotten's research into the complex process of broadcast regulation is meticulous."

(Jason Loviglio Enterprise and Society)

"The depiction of the manifold tensions that exist between technocratic and nontechnocratic views concerning the function of public policy institutions infuse the book's narrative with a freshness and originality that make it a welcome and valuable addition to what has been an otherwise lackluster list of titles typically more intent on describing the rules and regulations that govern broadcast media than in examining their revealing and illuminating origins."

(Michael C. Keith Historian)

"Analyzing the complex interplay of of the factors forming public policy for radio and television broadcasting, and taking into account the ideological traditions that framed these controversies, the author sheds light on the rise of the regulatory state."

(International Review of Administrative Sciences)

"Not since the writings of Marshall McLuhan have knowledge shapers in the broadcast field shown interest in technological determinism... Finally Hugh R. Slotten redeems a technological perspective."

(Craig Allen American Historical Review)

"A rigorous and thoughtful study of American broadcast regulation is always a valuable contribution. Hugh Slotten's new book succeeds admirably in this regard."

(James Schwoch Business History Review)

"Slotten's work usefully augments the body of literature concerned with telecommunications and mass media law, policy, and regulation."

(William J. White Technology and Culture)

"Slotten effectively uses published primary sources and unpublished archives to discuss the complex interactions between engineers and policy-makers in the United States. The scope of the book is excellent and covers decisions over a forty-year period involving four major technologies (AM radio, monochrome television, FM radio, and color television) that defined the broadcast industry until the passage of the Telecommunications Act in 1996."

(Ronald KlineCornell University, author of Consumers in the Country and Steinmetz: Engineer and Socialist)

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Título: Radio and Television Regulation : Broadcast ...
Editorial: Johns Hopkins University Press
Año de publicación: 2000
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Good
Edición: 1st Edition.

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Hugh R. Slotten
Publicado por The Johns Hopkins University Press (2000)
ISBN 10: 080186450X ISBN 13: 9780801864506
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