MDSA01H3 Lecture 9: lec9

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29 Nov 2016
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Recap of last class: back to the future, the role of the public, the aird commission, 1929, massey-levesque, 1949-51, fowler, 1956-57, applebaum-hebert, 1981-82. Overview of today: telecommunications, broadcasting, recorded music, cinema, new media, publishing, postal service. Communications policy must adapt to changes in the mass communications sphere. The merging of technologies, media forms, and media industries. We are quickly adapting to a mediascape in which we have increasing choice about how, when and where we consume media. Conflicts between international trade agreements and cultural policies. If no canadian cultural policies were in place, american productions would easily flood our marketplace. Canadian cultural exemptions were made, but exceptions would allow the us to retaliate and seek financial redress. There is no general exemption for cultural industries under the wto. Convention on the production and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions (unesco, 2005)

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