Reconvergence: A Political Economy of Telecommunications in Canada
This text challenges recent thoughts about digitalization, media convergence and information highways. It shows that telecommunications networks have always served as platforms for a broad array of content.
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Introduction to the History and Political Economy of Telecoms
Telephones Natural Monopoly and Reinforcing the Boundaries
Regulatory Liberalisation Reconvergence
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