An Update on TV Ownership Patterns

Howard, Herbert H.
September 1983
Journalism Quarterly;Autumn83, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p395
Academic Journal
Presents a study that focuses on the two forms of media ownership- the multiple ownership of television stations and cross-media of television stations and newspapers. Presentation of the statistical background of group ownership in the U. S.; Purpose of the study; Conclusion that the growth of the media company signals the further development of chain operation in communications.


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