By Suzanne Hasselbach,Vincent Porter
Pluralism, Politics and the Marketplace strains the commercial and political impacts which formed the emergence of a pluralistic broadcasting procedure within the federal republic, and examines the conflicts among private and non-private broadcasting, either in West Germany and within the ecu group as a whole.
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