The Mass Media in Canada
by Mary Vipond
Who decides what we read, watch, and hear?
About the Author
MARY VIPOND has long been interested in the evolution and influence of Canada's mass media. An authority on the origins of Canadian broadcasting, she is professor emeritus of history at Concordia University in Montreal.
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