La Television Britannique, un enjeux public

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Abstract

This chapter explores the relationship between British television and public service broadcasting, with particular reference to the distinctiveness of its approach compared to other European nations. It examines how each channel has served a different purpose in this regard, while it argues that it was the creation of BBC 2 that signposted the future direction for British television as a medium that emphasised plurality.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLes Lucarnes de l'Europe
Subtitle of host publicationTelevisions, cultures, identites, 1945-2005
EditorsMarie-Francoise Levy, Marie-Noele Sicard
PublisherPublications de la Sorbonne
ISBN (Print)978-2-85944-604-8
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Aldridge, M. (2008). La Television Britannique, un enjeux public. In M-F. Levy, & M-N. Sicard (Eds.), Les Lucarnes de l'Europe: Televisions, cultures, identites, 1945-2005 Publications de la Sorbonne.