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Appendix 3 Bibliography

 

 

 

Adams, D. (2000). Introducing ‘The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Future’. BBC Radio 4, 4 October.

Allan, S. (1999). News Culture. Routledge.

Ang, I. (1996). Living Room Wars: Rethinking Audiences for the Postmodern World. Routledge.

Arbitron/Edison Media Research (2001). Internet VI: Streaming at a Crossroads. Executive summary available as pdf file at February 2001 from www.arbitron.com/.

Barnouw, E. (1966). A Tower of Babel: A History of Broadcasting in the United States, Vol. 1. Oxford University Press.

Beck, A. (2001). The Death of Radio? Monograph published at w­w­w­.u­k­c­.a­c­.u­k­/­s­d­f­r­a­/­d­e­a­t­h­o­f­r­a­d­i­o­/­i­n­d­e­x­.h­t­m­l­.

Beggs, J., Thede, D. and Koman, R. (eds) (2001). Designing Web Audio. ...

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