Rethinking the BBC: Public Media in the 21st Century
by Niki Seth-Smith (ed.)
Publisher: Commonwealth Publishing 2016
Number of pages: 198
Rethinking the BBC: Public Media in the 21st Century brings together some of the most influential and creative thinkers on media politics and policy in the UK and beyond. It is a vital contribution to the debate on public media at a moment of rapid change.
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