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DOUGAL, James Joseph (1945 - 2010), writer and broadcaster, public affairs consultant and media trainer; Director, Dougal Media, since 2006

DOGANIS, Sally Elizabeth (born 1942), freelance executive television producer, broadcaster, journalist and media consultant; Executive Producer, Brook Lapping, since 2005

JONES, George Quentin (born 1945), freelance broadcaster and writer; Multi-media Political Correspondent, Press Association, 2007–10

HEWLETT, Stephen Edward (born 1958), writer, broadcaster and media consultant; Managing Director: Big Pictures Ltd; Genie Pictures

Markus Prior. Post-Broadcast Democracy: How Media Choice Increases Inequality in Political Involvement and Polarizes Elections

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BRUINVELS, Peter Nigel Edward (born 1950), Principal, Peter Bruinvels Associates, media management and public affairs consultants, founded 1986; Managing Director, Bruinvels News & Media, since 1992; news broadcaster, political commentator and freelance journalist

REES, Christina Henking Muller (born 1953), communications, media and public relations consultant, since 1985; writer, since 1986; broadcaster, since 1990; campaigner, since 1990; executive coach, since 2003

BARRETT, David (born 1930), broadcaster, writer and political commentator on national and provincial media, since 1985; Premier and Minister of Finance, Province of British Columbia, Canada, 1972–75

 

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An advertising technique that uses media such as radio and television that reach target audiences using airwaves as the transmission medium. Broadcast media advertising remains the most expensive form of advertising because it reaches the largest audiences. See media channels.

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