The Media & Communications in Australia

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Index
10BA subsidies 160
2UE radio 277–9, 283–5
‘A’ broadcasting licences 134–5
A Current Affair306–7, 324
AANA 207–8, 283
ABC
Australian Broadcasting Corporation Act 1983: 53
dependence on sponsorship 253
foundation of 135
funding for 253, 324–5, 330–43
Internet involvement 148, 339–40
lack of support for films 159–60
local programming 181
obligations of 332–4
political coverage 67
radio policy 142
structure and coverage 143–4
supports commercial stations 179
television broadcasting 174, 338
youth programming 317
ABC-FM 143
The Aboriginal Invention of Television33
Aboriginals
media representations of 75
popular music by 231
radio for 140
television use 33
AC Nielsen Corporation 90
academic bodies see universities
action games 264
addiction to video games 267–8
administrative research 293–4
Adorno, Theodore 293–4
adventure video games 263–4
advertising 200–16 agencies 207–11
audience research 87
Australian content 159, 175
effect of pay TV 182
feminist analyses 68–9
Internet 301
magazines 191
media dependence on 18, 107
radio 136, 139–40
SBS 336
separation from news 278
stereotypes in 80
Advertising Federation of Australia 208
aesthetics 272
AFC/AFDC 159
AFI 158
AFTS/AFTRS 159
age groups, audiences 11, 311–12 see also children; youth audiences
agencies 207–11
AIMIA 55
ALP see Australian Labor Party
Alston, Richard
inquiry into media ownership 111
Telecommunications Service Inquiry 128
alternative media producers 59
Althusser, Louis 25
AM radio 140–1, 145
Amalgamated Wireless Company of Australia (AWA) 134
America On Line see Time Warner AOL Inc
anthropology, research methods from 94
ANZCA 31
ANZCeR 58
APN News and Media 7
arcade video games 258
effect on children 267–8
in Australia 263
Arnold, Matthew 63
Arthur, Governor, opposition to press 104
arts policy 52see also high and low culture
Asia-Pacific, transnational advertising agencies 215
Atari 260

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Tables and Figures vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Contributors xiii
  • Preface xvii
  • Part One - Introduction *
  • 1 - The Media and Communications in Australia Today 3
  • Part Two - Approaches *
  • 2 - Media and Communications: Theoretical Traditions 23
  • 3 - Political Economy and News 35
  • 4 - Policy 48
  • 5 - Textual Analysis 62
  • 6 - Representation 72
  • 7 - Audiences 85
  • Part Three - Industries *
  • 8 - The Press 101
  • Notes 115
  • 9 - Telecommunications and the New Economy 117
  • 10 - Radio 133
  • 11 - Film and Video 152
  • 12 - Television and Pay TV 173
  • Notes 186
  • 13 - Magazines 188
  • Notes 199
  • 14 - Advertising 200
  • 15 - Public Relations 217
  • 16 - Popular Music 226
  • 17 - The Internet and Online Communication 244
  • 18 - Video and Computer Gaming 258
  • Part Four - Issues *
  • 19 - Media Ethics After ‘Cash for Comment’ 277
  • 20 - New Media and New Audiences 293
  • 21 - Youth Media 304
  • 22 - The Future of Journalism 320
  • 23 - The Future of Public Broadcasting 330
  • Reference 344
  • Index 370
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