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Changing Channels: The Civil Rights Case That Transformed Television

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CIVIL RIGHTS ] HISTORY ] BROADCAST JOURNALISM In the years before the civil rights era, American broadcasting reflected the interests of the white mainstream, especially in the South. Today, the face of local television throughout the nation mirrors the diversity of the local populations.

The impetus for change began in 1964, when the Office of Communication of the United C
Hardcover, 313 pages
Published April 5th 2004 by University Press of Mississippi (first published 2004)
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