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Paddy Scannell was educated at Ratcliffe and Wadham College, Oxford. He is one of the founding editors of the journal Media Culture and Society. David Cardiff at Eton and New College, Oxford. Both have worked since the late sixties, at the University of Central London, teaching media studies in the School of Communication, and have written many articles on broadcasting.
Preface. Introduction. 1. Public Service Broadcasting part 1. Part I: Broadcasting and Politics: 2. The Containment of Controversy. 3. The Management of News and Political Debate. 4. Broadcasting and Unemployment. 5. Broadcasting and Foreign Affairs. Part II: The Production of Information: News, Features and Talks: 6. News Values and Practices. 7. Features and Social Documentaries. 8. Forms of Talk. Part III: The Production of Entertainment and Culture: Music and Variety: 9. Music Policy. 10. Musical Tastes. 11. Time and Money, Entertainment and Culture. 12. Styles of Variety. Part IV: Broadcasting and its Audiences: 13. The National Culture. 14. Local and Regional Broadcasting. 15. Manchester and its Programmes. 16. The Listener. Bibliography and References. Footnotes.