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Ethnic radio stations 2EA and 3EA survey of Greek, Italian and Turkish communities, Sydney and Melbourne, August 1975 : report prepared for Department of Media / by McNair Anderson Associates Pty. Ltd
Bib ID 2773617
Format BookBook
Author
McNair Anderson Associates
 
Description Sydney : McNair Surveys Pty. Ltd., 1975 
xxii,284,[14]leaves ; 29cm. 
ISBN 0909428034
Subjects Ethnic radio services. Attitudes of audiences. Study regions: Sydney & Melbourne. Sample populations: Greek communities, Italian communities & Turkish communities. Reports, surveys.  |  Radio broadcasting -- Public opinion.  |  Radio audiences.
Other authors/contributors McNair Surveys

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