Fifty Years of Media: Pluralism and Sectorialism
Author: Dov Shinar
August 31, 2000
In the course of Israel’s fifty years, the country’s media environment has been totally transformed: technological and other media resources have improved in quantitative and qualitative terms; patterns of organization, structure, and finance have become more diverse; ideational perceptions have changed; and new media needs, works, and products have come into being. The meanings of these changes in the context of media, as in the broader sociocultural environment, may be understood in terms of changes in the markets of entrepreneurship, employment, creative endeavor and consumption, in management, and in professional definitions.
This publication is in Hebrew only.