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Department
Media Studies
Course
MDSB05H3
Professor
Mahinda Samarakoon
Semester
Winter

Description
Understand media and communication in the historical context of imperial expansion and rivalrythElectric telegraph and imperial expansion 19 century18651902information about businesses stocks currencies commodities harvests extractive products etccarrier of military intelligence p4 administrative control of coloniesNews agenciesHavas later AFPestablished in 1835 FrancebasedWolff established in 1849 GermanybasedReutersmost powerful established in 1851 BritainbasedNews cartel1870Radio and propagandaThe Soviet UnionRadio Moscow 1925Nazi Germany the most modern the strongest and the most revolutionary weapon which we possess in the battle against an extinct world David Hendy 2000 Radio in the global age Cambridge Polity p 21JapanNHKBritainBBC World ServiceUSAVOA 1942Voices of the Third World and NWICONew World Information and Communication OrderNWICO1978 Technologies satellite fiber optic cableSatellite19461975DTH1980sIntelsat International Telecommunications Satellite Consortium1960sfiber optic cable 1999 and 2002In 2001 Intelsat became a private company International organizations WTO ITU UNESCO ICANNWTO1995 Aim to eliminate national obstacles to the import and export of goods
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