Understanding Media Economics

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Gillian Doyle

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    Advertising Association (2000) The Advertising Statistics Yearbook 2000, Henley-on-Thames: NTC Publications.
    Albarran, A. (1996) Media Economics: Understanding Markets, Industries and Concepts, Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11616-007-0098-7
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    Alexander, A., Owers, J. and Carveth, R., (eds) (1998) Media Economics: Theory and Practice,
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    Andrews, N. (2000) ‘Lights, computers, action!’ (FT Weekend Supplement p. 1), Financial Times, 20 May.
    Bernhoff, J. (2000) ‘What will be the catalysts for smart TV viewing in the digital world?’, in New TV Strategies, London: Centaur Business Intelligence (July), pp. 10–11.
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    Cowie, C. and Marsden, C. (1999) ‘A comparative institutional analysis of communication regulation’, in C.Marsden and S.Verhulst (eds), Convergence in European Digital TV Regulation, London: Blackstone: pp. 191–215.
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    Davies, G. (1999) (Chairman) The Future Funding of the BBC, Report of the Independent Review Panel, London: Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
    Davies, P. (2000) ‘Video-on demand: long time coming but now gearing up for delivery’, New Media Markets, London: Informa Media Group, 20 October: 7.
    Demers, D. (1999) Global Media: Menace or Messiah?Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
    Derecki, K. (2000) ‘Narrateo set to raise £2m’, Screen Finance, Informa Media Group, 13 (20):1–2.
    Doyle, G. (2000) ‘The economics of monomedia and cross-media expansion’, Journal of Cultural Economics, 24: 1–26. http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1007599617438
    Drinnan, J. (2000) ‘Film Council's till plays down digital future’, Screen Finance, 24 November: 3.
    Duncan, W.D. (1981) The Economics of Advertising, London: Macmillan.
    Dunnett, P. (1993) The World Television Industry: An Economic Analysis, London: Routledge.
    Economist (2000) ‘Untangling e-conomics: a survey of the new economy’, 52-page special report, The Economist, 23 September.
    Feintuck, M. (1999) Media Regulation, Public Interest and the Law, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/edinburgh/9780748621668.001.0001
    Financial Times (2001) Editorial comment: ‘Internet profits’, Financial Times, 15 January: 22.
    Foremski, T. (2000) ‘Digital interactive TV: key word is “personalization”’ (IT Supplement p. 11), Financial Times, 5 July.
    Gapper, J. (1998) ‘America's networks take a stern look at prospects’, Financial Times, 6 April: 22.
    Gasson, C. (1996) Media Equities: Evaluation and Trading, Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing.
    Gasson, C. (2001) ‘Thriving new media shares? Which ones?’ (Media Guardian pp. 50–1), Guardian, 5 February.
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    George, N. (2001) ‘High price of newsprint is familiar reading for buyers’, Financial Times, 9 January: 16.
    Graham, A. and Davies, G. (1997) Broadcasting, Society and Policy in the Multimedia Age, Luton: John Libbey.
    Graham, A. et al. (1999) Public Purposes in Broadcasting: Funding the BBC, Luton: University of Luton Press.
    Greenslade, R. (2001) ‘Forget the quality, feel the cuts’ (Media Guardian pp. 4–5), Guardian, 19 January.
    Griffiths, A. and Wall, S. (1999) Applied Economics,
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    Grimes, C. (2000) ‘Fox sneaks up on rivals after an aggressive growing spurt’, Financial Times, 16 August: 27.
    Gutteridge, J. et al. (2000) ‘We will fight for our rights’ (Media Supplement pp. 2–3), Guardian, 4 December.
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    Hall, E. (2000b) ‘Results Service’, in The Advertising Industry, an FT Creative Business Special Report, Financial Times, 8 November: 5.
    Hall, E. (2000c) ‘The fever subsides’, in the Advertising Industry, An FT Creative Business special report, Financial Times, 8 November: 6.
    Harding, J. (2000) ‘Online battle of the bands’, Financial Times, 9 May: 27.
    Harding, J. (2001a) ‘Music labels go back to school’, Financial Times, 31 January: 32.
    Harding, J. (2001b) ‘BSkyB signals move to profit generation’, Financial Times, 8 February: 26.
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    Heavens, A. (2000), ‘Court settlement lifts MP3’, Financial Times, 23 August: 25.
    Hoskins, C., McFadyen, S. and Finn, A. (1997) Global Television and Film: An Introduction to the Economics of the Business, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
    Hughes, J. (2000) ‘The Global Marketplace: Making Sense of the Future’ in J.Hughes et al. E-Brittania: The Communications Revolution, Luton: University of Luton Press. pp. 23–41.
    Hughes, G. and Vines, D. (eds) (1989) Deregulation and the Future of Commercial Television, Aberdeen: The David Hume Institute, Aberdeen University Press.
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    Larsen, P. (2000) ‘Interactive TV: several important issues still need to be resolved’ (IT Supplement p. 2), Financial Times, 7 June.
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    Litman, B. (1998) ‘The economics of television networks: new dimensions and new alliances’, in A.Alexander et al. (eds), Media Economics: Theory and Practice,
    2nd edn
    , Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pp. 131–50.
    Martin, S. (1993) Industrial Economics: Economic Analysis and Public Policy,
    2nd edn
    , Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
    Martinson, J. (2001a) ‘http://Dot.coms on welfare’ (Media Guardian p. 72), Guardian, 15 January.
    Martinson, J. (2001b) ‘Prophets of doom at online news profits’ (Media Guardian p. 58), Guardian, 29 January.
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    O'Connor, A. (2000a) ‘Once more unto the breach’ (FT Creative Business p. 4), Financial Times, 17 October.
    O'Connor, A. (2000b) ‘Time catches up with media's internet affair’, Financial Times, 13 November: 26.
    Ody, P. (2000) ‘Sales via interactive TV: Still a novel experience’ (IT Supplement p. 17), Financial Times, 6 December.
    Oliver, M. (2000) ‘e-britannia’, in J.Hughes et al., e-brittania, the communications revolution, Luton: University of Luton Press. pp. 55–68.
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    Parkes, C. and Grimes, C. (2000) ‘Life after Napster’, Financial Times, 26 September: 24.
    Parkes, C. and Harding, J. (2000) ‘Big prizes, big prices at the dream factory’, Financial Times, 4 December: 25.
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    Rothwell, D. (2000) ‘Switch on to the future of TV’, Investors Chronicle 15 December: 27–9 (FT Business Publications).
    Sanghera, S. (2000) ‘Licensed to sell’ (FT Creative Business Supplement pp. 12–13), Financial Times, 24 October.
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    Screen Digest (2000a) ‘European TV programme market buoyant’, Screen Digest, April: 117–24.
    Screen Digest (2000b) ‘Film production and distribution trends’, Screen Digest, June: 181.
    Screen Digest (2000c) ‘US dominates fragmented Euro film market’, Screen Digest, June: 189.
    Screen Finance (2000) ‘Studio combined international and North American revenue from theatrical movies’, Screen Finance, 13 October, Informa Media Group.
    Shankar, V. (2001) ‘Segmentation: making sure the customer fits’ (Mastering Management p. 8), Financial Times, 22 January.
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    Solomons, M. (2001b) ‘End of the free-for-all’ (Creative Business Supplement pp. 12–13), Financial Times, 20 February.
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    Woodward, J. (1998) ‘Our time has come’, Broadcast, 30 January: 18–19.
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