​New book has everything to do with media

At this time of rapid and revolutionary change in modes of communication, A Companion to the Australian Media provides the first comprehensive, up-to-date historical account of Australia’s press, broadcasting and new media sectors.

Arranged in an accessible A–Z format are 
nearly 500 articles focusing on both the history
and contemporary practice of media corporations, individuals, industries, audiences, policy and regulation since the launch of Australia’s first newspaper in 1803.

A Companion to the Australian Media is essential reading, as well as a ready reference, for everyone interested in the dynamic world of the media, including practitioners, entrepreneurs, investors, lawyers, commentators, bloggers, historians and students.

Under the editorship of Australia’s leading media historian, Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley, (pictured) and guided by a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board, 300 media scholars, journalists and other industry players have written entries in their areas of specialty.

Contributors include Graeme Blundell, 
Tim Bowden
, Mark Day, 
Quentin Dempster, Ross Gittins, Bill Peach
, Gerald Stone and radioinfo’s own Steve Ahern along with many others.

Articles include coverage of geographical regions, reporting and reviewing genres, key individuals
and dynasties as well as flagship newspapers and broadcasting icons.

$59.95 special pre-publication price, incl. postage (until 18th September 2014) • $79.95rrp

Pre-publication orders can only be taken through snail mail using the template below. The book will be available soon.

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