Media and Communication
Dorling Kindersley, 2000 - 64 Seiten
From the pony express to e-mail, from newspapers to satellite television, the history and future of media and communications are explored in superb Eyewitness style. This stunning volume is packed with information and photos about the important inventions and advances in this rapidly changing field, including the printing press, radio, telegraph, telephone, and television. Learn how the media and methods of communication are used in entertainment, commerce, military and security applications, and the news.
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