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Media > Index

This section gathers information that examines the ways in which the media have been introduced and
have (been) changed by progressive developments in other, potentially competing media. Underlying the
selection of material is the intention to look for patterns, and in particular long-wave cycles.
Hollywood goes for sound: silent and sound releases in 1928 and 1929
Pre-war television receiver prices
Take-up of radio and television in the UK: the early years
Social composition of early UK television audiences
Shift from radio listening to television viewing
Early BBC television appreciation research
Spate of 3D movies lacks depth
Family films and UK cinemagoing
Digital transmission changeover by country
Olympic media dossier
 

This section is in active development and can be directed by reader enquiries and suggestions.

Page updated 28 May 2007
David Fisher