Disrupting Networks from Below
Edited by Tineke M. Egyedi and Donna C. Mehos
Chapter 4: Centralization and Decentralization: A History of Local Radio and Television Distribution
4. Centralization and Decentralization: A History of Local Radio and Television Distribution Thea Weijers INTRODUCTION Most literature on large technical systems (LTSs), including that on infrastructures, describes them as being centrally governed...
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