Communicating in Canada's past : essays in media history / edited by Gene Allen and Daniel J. Robinson.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Conference on Media History in Canada
Other Authors: Allen, Gene, 1952-, Robinson, Daniel J.
Format: eBook
Published: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©2009.
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Table of Contents:
  • The Catholic press: a challenge to the 'journalism of information' paradigm / Dominique Marquis
  • Old media, new media, and competition: Canadian press and the emergence of radio news / Gene Allen
  • Britishness, the BBC, and the birth of Canadian Public Broadcasting, 1928-1936 / Simon J. Potter
  • 'The luxury of moderate use': Seagram and moderation advertising, 1934-1955 / Daniel J. Robinson
  • Evelyn Dick, soap star: newspaper coverage of the torso murder case, 1946-1947 / Alison Jacques
  • Variety show as national identity: CBC television and Dominion Day celebrations, 1958-1980 / Matthew Hayday
  • Politics? Fear not! The rise of The average superhero in the visual rhetoric of Bill Davis's 1971 election pamphlet / James Cairns
  • Whence and whither: the historiography of Canadian broadcasting / Mary Vipond
  • Recent trends in research on the history of the press in Quebec: towards a cultural history / Fernande Roy
  • Encounters with theory / Paul Rutherford.