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SEE:  ALL 83 Radio & TV Broadcast Titles

SAMPLE TITLES:

Broadcast engineering (English ed.)  (0007-1994)

      
from 02/07/1996 to present in LexisNexis Academic

Electronic media  (0745-0311)

      
from 05/01/1995 to 02/28/2003 in Business Insights: Essentials

Historical journal of film, radio, and television  (0143-9685)

      
from 03/01/1990 to 18 months ago in Communications and Mass Media Complete

Journal of broadcasting & electronic media  (0883-8151)

      
from 06/01/1985 to present in Academic Search Complete

Mobile radio technology  (0745-7626)

      
from 02/01/1996 to present in LexisNexis Academic

Radio journal  (1476-4504)

      
from 01/01/2003 to present in Communications and Mass Media Complete

 

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