ERIC Number: ED259697
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1984
Reference Count: N/A
New Communication Technologies and Their Impact on Western Industrialized Countries. Communication Manual. Summary Report of a Colloquium (Bonn, Federal Republic of Germany, December 17-19, 1982).
Keune, Reinhard, Ed.
This publication presents the papers and discussion highlights of an international colloquium on new communications technologies which was held to provide a forum for debate on economic, political and social impacts of new communication technologies by western representatives from media, academia, politics, and industry. The following papers were presented: (1) "Public Broadcasting--A Model for the Future?" (Richard Becker); (2) "Satellite Systems in the Western World--the U.S. Example" (Bert Cowlan); (3) "UNISPACE 82--A Successful Forum" (Lee Love); (4) "The PTTS and the New Technologies" (Dietrich Elias); (5) "The Impact of New Communication Technologies on the Third World" (Herbert J. Schiller); (6) "New Technologies and the Third World--A 'Distribution of Social Benefits'?" (Cees Hamelink); (7) "The New Communication Technologies and Research" (James D. Halloran); (8) "New Technologies and Their Impact on Relationships between Industrialized Countries" (Bernard Blin); (9) "Computers in Telecommunications Services" (Thilo Pohlert); (10) "The Electronic Technologies Markets in the Eighties" (Karl Joseph Frensch); (11) "Transnational Data Flow--A German Viewpoint" (Hans-Dieter Klee); (12) "Broadcasting Unions in the Future--Sports and News" (Werner Schneider); (13) "Communication Satellites--A Third World Perspective" (Neville D. Jayaweera); and (14) "Advertising and the Creation of Global Markets: The Role of the New Communication Technologies" (Noreene Janus). Also provided are introductory remarks by Reinhard Keune, a welcoming address by E. J. Kerbusch, an agenda for the colloquium, and a list of participants. (JB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
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Authoring Institution: Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Centre, Singapore.; Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Bonn (West Germany).