How digital changed the media landscape in 1999

Reid, Alasdair
December 1999
Campaign;12/17/99, Issue 50, p16
Trade Publication
Examines trends in mass media in Great Britain in 1999. Effect of digital media on the media landscape; Consolidation activity within the industry; Key events in the newspaper industry; Interactivity and digital television; Trends in television broadcasting.


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