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Hollywood and Broadcasting

From Radio to Cable

"Michele Hilmes has produced an excellent introduction to a most important subject. This is an invaluable work for both scholars and students that places film, radio, and television within the context of the national culture experience."
--- American Historical Review

"Hilmes is one of the few historians of broadcasting to move beyond a political economy of the media. . . . Her work should serve as a model for future histories of broadcasting."
--- Journal of Communication

"All media historians will find this work a critical addition to their bookshelves."
--- American Journalism

"A major addition to media history literature."
--- Journalism History

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