Course Description

MIT 352G (Winter 2005)   Political Economy of Canadian Broadcasting

Instructor: D. Robinson

Course Description
The course examines the political economy of broadcasting in Canada and encompasses two general areas: 1) political, cultural and social debates and issues bearing on federal broadcasting policy, and 2) the economic underpinnings of radio/television broadcasting with respect to ownership and advertising.

Prerequisites: MIT 135F/G/235F/G or the former MIT 246F/G, and registration in the third or fourth year of an MIT program, or permission of the Faculty.

3 lecture hours, 0.5 course