Canada's Video Revolution

Canada's Video Revolution

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Canada's Video Revolution examines the changes in communications technologies that occurred at the beginning of the 1980s and their effects on Canadian society. Communications analyst Peter Lyman describes the impact of the then-new technologies--VCRs, home computers, video games, pay-TV--on Canadian cultural industries, examining their role in the quickening pace of globalization and their impact on Canada's broadcasting, recording, film and publishing industries. Canada's Video Revolution is an immediate report on the intersection of technology and culture, written at a time of great innovation.24 Part of the regulatory problem at present is jurisdictional in nature, where federal authority is based on a defmition of broadcasting framed in the aquot;off-airaquot; era. ... with a power amplifier for stereo sound, inputs for a videorecorder and RGB unit, and volume and picture controls. In short, the Sony Profeel Trinitron Component television is everything you could ask for in a television today a€” and for tomorrow.

Title:Canada's Video Revolution
Author: Peter Lyman, Canadian Institute for Economic Policy
Publisher:James Lorimer & Company - 1983-01-01

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