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Case
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Reference no. 378-010-1
Authors: H K Scholes (Sheffield Hallam University)
Published in: 1978
Length: 28 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

One of the major changes in British broadcasting in the 1970''s was the advent of commercial radio. Radio Hallam Ltd. was one of the first 19 commercial radio stations, and began broadcasting in the Sheffield and Rotherham area in October 1974. The material in the case covers the period 1972-1977 when the company moved from an idea in someone''s mind to a thriving radio station. Details are included on all aspects of the company''s operations (programmes, news, advertising, etc) and the environment within which it operated.
Location:
Size:
Small
Other setting(s):
1972-1977

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Abstract

One of the major changes in British broadcasting in the 1970''s was the advent of commercial radio. Radio Hallam Ltd. was one of the first 19 commercial radio stations, and began broadcasting in the Sheffield and Rotherham area in October 1974. The material in the case covers the period 1972-1977 when the company moved from an idea in someone''s mind to a thriving radio station. Details are included on all aspects of the company''s operations (programmes, news, advertising, etc) and the environment within which it operated.

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Location:
Size:
Small
Other setting(s):
1972-1977

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