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TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia


Andrew T. Kenyon


University of Melbourne Law School


TV FUTURES: DIGITAL TELEVISION POLICY IN AUSTRALIA, Andrew Kenyon, ed., Melbourne University Press, 2007
U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 273

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In this book, TV FUTURES, leading researchers examine television and its digital future in terms of platforms and audiences, copyright law and media regulation - issues which are increasingly intertwined and demand interdisciplinary engagement. TV FUTURES offers accessible analyses for readers from across the fields of law, media studies and cultural research from an outstanding team of authors. Authors include: Jason Bosland, Kathy Bowrey, David Brennan, Tim Dwyer, Jock Given, Gerard Goggin, Elizabeth Handsley, Lesley Hitchens, Ellie Rennie, Teresa Rizzo, Julian Thomas, Rodney Tiffin, Kimberlee Weatherall, Robin Wright and Melissa de Zwart. The table of contents and first chapter are available here.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 28

Keywords: Digital, Television, copyright, regulation, mobile, Australia, US, UK, New Zealand

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Date posted: October 30, 2007 ; Last revised: December 25, 2013

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Kenyon, Andrew T., TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia. TV FUTURES: DIGITAL TELEVISION POLICY IN AUSTRALIA, Andrew Kenyon, ed., Melbourne University Press, 2007; U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 273. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1025774 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1025774

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