Changes at the BBC World Service: Documenting the World Service's Move From Shortwave to Web Radio in North America, Australia, and New Zealand

@article{Anderson2005ChangesAT,
  title={Changes at the BBC World Service: Documenting the World Service's Move From Shortwave to Web Radio in North America, Australia, and New Zealand},
  author={Arlyn T. Anderson},
  journal={Journal of Radio Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={286 - 304}
}
  • Arlyn T. Anderson
  • Published 2005
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Radio Studies
  • For most of the 20th century, international broadcasting was characterized by state-run broadcasts carried over shortwave radio. Such broadcasting was at the core of the Cold War and World War II, as well as the decade leading up to World War II. After the end of the Cold War in the early 1990s, the geopolitical context that had structured international broadcasting for so long dissolved, allowing for the possibility of significant changes in international broadcasting. One of these changes… CONTINUE READING
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