Vol 20, No 3 (1995)

Communication in the Americas

Table of Contents

Guest Editorial

Introduction: Communication in the Americas
David Mitchell, Edna Einsiedel


Towards Regionalization of New Communication Services in the CARICOM: A Technological Free-For-All
Aggrey Brown
Development of the Audiovisual Industry in Brazil from Importer to Exporter of Television Programming
Jose Marques de Melo
The Benefits of More Choice in Distribution Channels for Cultural Programming
Elizabeth M. Ostiguy
Trade Integration and Communication Networks in Latin America
Rafael Roncagliolo
The New Parochialism: The Triumph of the Populist in the Flow of International Television
Michael Tracey, Wendy W. Redal
Trade Liberalization and Policy for Media Industries: A Theoretical Examination of Media Flows
Steven S. Wildman

Research in Brief

Networks of Learning: Commonwealth of Learning Programs in the Caribbean and Guyana
Rovin Deodat
New Definitions of Basic Service in an Era of Convergence
Aviva Farbstein
A Brief View of Social Communication: CIESPAL's Activities in Latin America
Jorge Mantilla
Co-productions--Content and Change: International Television in the Americas
Paul W. Taylor
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