Broadcasting, Television and the Government White Paper

February 1989
Image Technology;Feb1989, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p65
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of George Thomson, Lord Thomson of Monifieth concerning broadcasting, television technology and the implications of the broadcasting White Paper in Great Britain. In his lecture, Thomson points out that satellites has destroyed the separation which distinguished television and telecommunications. He also comments that the White Paper should re-consider the implementation of drastic measures in re-shaping ITV Corp.


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