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This opening chapter presents contemporary scholarly debates on broadcasting regulation and policy, summarizes the history of broadcasting regulation in the UK and contextualizes the appropriation of key concepts by contemporary scholars in light of earlier approaches to media critique. It then goes on to emphasize the theoretical focus of the book on the public-private dichotomy; that is, the history of the evolving distinctions made between what is public and private in regulatory and policy documents, as well as in scholarly critique.
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