Vol. 50 Nbr. 3, September 2006
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- Editor's note: broadcast research in the Americas.
- Broadcast research in the Americas: revisiting the past and looking to the future.
- New discourses and traditional genres: the adaptation of a feminist novel into an Ecuadorian telenovela.
- Transnation: globalization and the reorganization of Chilean television in the early 1990s.
- Canadian hardware, foreign software: the political economy of pay-per-view.
- Macho media: unapologetic hypermasculinity in Vancouver's "talk radio for guys".
- Public policies and research on cultural diversity and television in Mexico.
- Cultural policy in a free-trade environment: Mexican television in transition.
- When good friends say goodbye: a parasocial breakup study.
- Channel repertoires: using peoplemeter data in Beijing.
- Critical analysis of racist post-9/11 web animations.
- Gandhi Meets Primetime: Globalization and Nationalism in Indian Television.
- Sydney W. Head (1913-1991): Remembering the Founder of Modern Broadcasting Studies.
- Rethinking Marshall McLuhan: reflections on a media theorist.