In Support of Media Education: One Broadcaster's Story

March 2001
Australian Screen Education;Autumn2001, Issue 25, p46
Academic Journal
Details CHUM Television's commitment and contribution to media literacy in Canada. Company background; Production style and philosophy of many of CHUM Television's programs; Programs that have become part of the company's media literacy contribution; Topics examined in the shows; Sample excerpts from study guides.


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