The Arts, Sport and the Mass Media
While we shall concentrate in this chapter on films and television, our impression is that one could form a valid grouping to cover entertainment, sports, the arts and the mass media. Miscellaneous though this looks, it seems a grouping as valid as that for research and development which preceded it and that for social innovation which follows.
KeywordsPrivate Interest Film Producer Public Money Short Film Advertising Revenue
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