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The introduction of pay TV in Australia : an economic assessment of policy and regulatory issues / Chee-Wah Cheah
Bib ID 2694372
Format BookBook
Author
Cheah, Chee-Wah
 
Description South Melbourne : Centre for International Research on Communication and Information Technologies, 1990 
38 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 064606164X (not printed on item)
Series

Policy research paper (Centre for International Research on Communication and Information Technologies (South Melbourne, Vic.)) ; no. 10.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 36.

Subjects Television broadcasting -- Economic aspects -- Australia.  |  Television broadcasting policy -- Australia.  |  Subscription television -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Centre for International Research on Communication and Information Technologies (South Melbourne, Vic.)

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