Public television is uniquely positioned in our country to contribute to the invigoration of democratic public life because, ostensibly, it is neither driven by the market nor dominated by the state. In this comprehensive analysis of the forces that shape our public television system, sociologist William Hoynes finds that public television increasi
One of the principal differences between public and commercial television, as I suggested in Chapter 3, is that different engines drive decisionmaking in the two structures. In public television, the process is programming-driven; ...
Author: William Hoynes
Category: Social Science