Vol. 51 Nbr. 1, March 2007
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- Radio reverb: the impact of "local" news reimported to its own community.
- Primacy effects of The Daily Show and national tv news viewing: young viewers, political gratifications, and internal political self-efficacy.
- Media ownership regulations and local news programming on broadcast television: an empirical analysis.
- Reporting live from the scene: enough to attract the 18-24 audience?
- Gender differences in selective media use for mood management and mood adjustment.
- The privatization of the Internet's backbone network.
- Development broadcasting in India and beyond: redefining an old mandate in an age of media globalization.
- Constructing television communities: the FCC, signals, and cities, 1948-1957.
- Crime cultivation: comparisons across media genres and channels.
- A longitudinal analysis of foreign program imports on South Korean television, 1978-2002: a case of rising indigenous capacity in program supply.
- Color Television: Fifty Years of African American and Latino Images on Prime-Time Television.
- The Sitcom Reader: America Viewed and Skewed.
- Jannette Dates: a lifelong commitment to teaching, scholarship, and service.
- Lynne Schafer Gross: extraordinary role model.
- Scholar, historian, individualist: John Michael Kittross.