As focus shifted from the creation and development of global communication markets to their intense regulation in the mid twentieth century, Jill Hills documents attempts by the United States and other governments to direct, replace, and bypass international telecommunications institutions. The historical framework behind this control--where the market was regulated, by what institution, controlled by what power, and to whose benefit--masterfully complements Hills\u2019s analysis of power relations within the global communications arena.
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University of Illinois Press
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Author Biography - Jill Hills
Jill Hills is a professor of communications policy at the University of Westminster, Harrow, United Kingdom, and author of The Struggle for Control of Global Communication: The Formative Century and other books.