Fb2 News Media and New Media: The Asia-Pacific Internet Handbook , Episode V (Communication Media Studies) (Vol 5) ePub
by Madanmohan Rao
|Publisher:||Marshall Cavendish Intl (September 1, 2003)|
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|ePub eBook:||1955 kb|
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This book charts the growth of the Internet as a news medium across the Asia-Pacific region, identifies key .
This book charts the growth of the Internet as a news medium across the Asia-Pacific region, identifies key themes in the development of online news environments in various countries of the region, assesses useful resources for the news sector, and contextualizes these themes in comparison to related developments in other parts of the world like the US, Europe and Latin This book.
This book charts the growth of the Internet as a news medium across the Asia-Pacific region and identifies key themes in the development of online news environments in various countries of the region.
The Journal of Asian Studies. News Media and New Media. The AsiaPacific Internet Handbook Episode V. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 2003.
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