Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship
by Michelle Ferrier, Elizabeth Mays
Number of pages: 357
The textbook is an open, collaboratively written and edited volume designed to fill the needs of a growing number of journalism and mass communications programs in the U.S. that are teaching media entrepreneurship, media innovation, and the business of journalism to undergraduate and graduate students.
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by Lawrence Lessig - Penguin Press HC
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