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Arback, Jacob Looking Ahead at Emerging Markets: Growth Prospects for Satellite Operators and Service Providers No. 4, Spring 2000
Aycock, Frank Localism in the Era of Globalization and New Technologies: Implications for the 21st Century No. 2, Spring 1999
  Will Hollywood Go to War? No. 8, Spring 2002
Forrester, Chris Can Sleepy Set-Top Boxes Ever Be Sexy? No. 3, Fall 1999
Hall, Alice The World in the Screen: The Impact of Character Representativeness, Society Variability, and Presentation on Audiences' Conceptualization of Cross-Cultural Media Images (peer-reviewed) No. 6, Spring 2001
Nordenstreng, Kaarle Something to Be Done: Transnational Media Monitoring No. 6, Spring 2001
Semati, Mehdi Reflections on the Politics of the Global "Rolling News" Television Genre No. 6, Spring 2001
Strelitz, Larry Where the Global Meets the Local: Media Studies and the Myth of Cultural Homogenization No. 6, Spring 2001
White, Livingston Reconsidering Cultural Imperialism Theory (peer-reviewed) No. 6, Spring 2001
Williston, Scotti Global News and the Vanishing American Foreign Correspondent No. 6, Spring 2001
Ally McBeal co-executive producer Alice West No. 8, Spring 2002
Eason Jordan, chief news executive and newsgathering president for the CNN News Group No. 8, Spring 2002
Reuters TV News Editor Rodney Pinder No. 7, Fall 2001
Ian Ritchie, CEO of Associated Press Television News (APTN) No. 7, Fall 2001
Susan Irwin, Founder and President of Irwin Communications, Inc. No. 4, Spring 2000
Covering the War on Terrorism Transcript of a panel discussion sponsored by the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University. Moderated by Dr. Michael Hudson, and featuring panelists: Marvin Kalb, and Public Policy Hafez Al-Mirazi, Al-Jazeera Washington Bureau Chief Rami Khouri, and Harvard University Jacques Charmelot. No. 8, Spring 2002
"Corporatization of the Media," a discussion held at News World 2000 in Barcelona, asks if the fact of media becoming big business means that the boardroom now controls the newsroom. Chaired by the BBC's Nick Gowing, and featuring Robert McChesney, Chris Cramer, Ian Hargreaves, Danny Schechter, and Neil Docherty No. 6, Spring 2001
Voices 21: A Global Movement for People's Media and Communications in the 21st Century No. 2, Spring 1999
The People's Communication Charter: An International Covenant of Standards No. 2, Spring 1999
Introduction to the People's Communication Charter by Cees Hamelink No. 2, Spring 1999
Conference Reports
Abdulla, Rasha 'Covering the War' Tops ICC Agenda No. 8, Spring 2002
Forrester, Chris "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" No. 8, Spring 2002
Schleifer, S. Abdallah News World 2000 Raises Critical, and Timely, News Concerns No. 6, Spring 2001
Napoli, James ICC: Three Days, One Theme...Many, Many Topics No. 6, Spring 2001
Gerber, George Bell-Atlantic Temple University Conference on Digital Communication "The Challenge of the Digital Age: A Forum of Diverse Perspectives" No. 2, Spring 1999
Sullivan, Sarah Global Fusion Conference Lives Up to Its Name No. 5, Fall 2000
TBS Staff Report Roundtable on Culture and Communication in the Global Information Society, organized by the MacBride Roundtable on Communication, MedMedia Jemstone Network, and the Jordan Institute of Diplomacy No. 2, Spring 1999
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