This impressive collection of knowledge ranges from the history of newspapers and the biographies of radio and television stars to the rise of media owners (the first of whom, Andrew Bent, arrived as a convict in 1812). It covers war reporting, food and sports coverage, children’s radio, blogging and podcasting, and even the life of the radio serial Blue Hills, which ran from 1949 to 1976.
Geoffrey Blainey reviews 'A Companion to the Australian Media' edited by Bridget Griffen-Foley
A Companion to the Australian Media
edited by Bridget Griffen-Foley
Australian Scholarly Publishing, $88 hb, 558 pp, 9781925003055
Geoffrey Blainey, a practising historian for some sixty years, has written on Australian and world history. Long attracted to museums,...
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