Will the Internet kill television?
Does indecency over the airwaves undermine American society?
Is the U.S. media industry too consolidated?
These questions provide just a sampling of the important, provocative issues addressed in this new reader, sure to lay needed groundwork and spark lively classroom discussion.
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