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Fine, Janet New Book Strategizes South Asian Broadcasting Policies No. 6, Spring 2001
Fine, Janet Indian Television Turning to Globalization No. 4, Spring 2000
Fine, Janet View from Mumbai: Murdoch and Turner on the Move No. 4, Spring 2000
Kumar, Aashish Localizing the Global in India: New Imperatives for International Communication Scholarship in the Satellite Era No. 3, Fall 1999
Thomas, Amos Owen Broadcast Satellites and Television for Asia: Global Actors on a Continental Stage (peer-reviewed) No. 2, Spring 1999
Business and Financial Journalism in Asia Transcript of a panel discussion held at Newsworld Asia, moderated by Chris Donville, Bloomberg Featuring panelists: Matt Winkler, Bloomberg Melvin Yong, Channel News Asia Zafar Siddiqi, Middle East Business News Cynthia Owens, CNBC Debra Kocher No. 8, Spring 2002
The Coverage of Communalism, Race, and Religion A panel discussion held at the News World Asia conference, Singapore. Moderated by BBC South Asia correspondent Mike Wooldridge, with panelists Zaafar Abbas, Riza Primadi, Arnold Zeitlin, Prem Prakash, Mano Wikramanayake, and Stephen Claypole No. 7, Fall 2001
Discussion on transnational broadcasting in Asia with Philip Kitley, Keval Kumar, Brian Shoesmith, Amos Owen Thomas, and Tony Wilson No. 2, Spring 1999
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Fine, Janet Global TV and Film Entertainment 'Framed' for India No. 8, Spring 2002
TBS Staff Report The AMIC 8th Annual Conference, July 1-3, 1999, Chennai, India: "Asia: Information Poor to Information Rich: Strategies for the 21st Century" No. 3, Fall 1999
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