The New Mass Media

July 1986
Futurist;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p3
Reports on mass media of the future. Selection of consumers from pay-per-view television; Bypass of theatrical release; Download of choices from teledelivery service; Experiment of a software group in interactive drama.


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