Television in Transition in East Asia

Routledge, 31 janv. 2018 - 196 pages

This book examines the development of television broadcasting in Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea. It explores the policy regimes guiding the development of television broadcasting as a powerful institution and the extent to which new forms of television have become part of each country’s contemporary media mix. It analyses the interests involved in key policy decisions, the institutional dynamics promoting or inhibiting new media markets, and the relative importance in the different countries of cable, satellite, digital broadcasting, and the use of the Internet for purposes associated with television broadcasting. The nature of television regimes in each of the three countries is very different, and the contrasting situations provide great insights into how television is developing, and how it could develop further, both in East Asia and worldwide.


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The development and restructuring of television broadcasting in Japan
The development and restructuring of television broadcasting in Korea
States role in the regulation of television broadcasting in East Asia
Cultural aspects of television regulation in East Asia
Public service television in East Asia
The regulation of pay television in East Asia
the future of television in East Asia
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Ki-Sung Kwak is an associate professor in the School of Languages and Cultures at the University of Sydney

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