Global Media Meta-Story
What are the constraints that operate when networks aspire to a global audience? How do they position themselves differently and broadcast differently than do networks that aspire to a less global audience? How does the resulting broadcasting contribute to and shape an emerging global political culture and our understanding of time, space, and action.
Beer, Francis A. and BOYNTON, G. ROBERT, "Global Media Meta-Story" (2002). Political Science Faculty Contributions. 19.