The content of this volume of papers and proceedings has immense variety, depth and insight. It is truly both a snapshot and an analysis of where international broadcasters have come from and, significantly, where they think they are going. In this volume one will find expressions of achievement and disappointment, concern and accomplishment, anxiety and resolve, hope and fear. The common element expressed by all participants is that international broadcasting is entering its most significant and perplexing era of development. Text in French and English.
Dr Elzbieta Olechowska is a classical scholar, journalist, broadcaster, media manager and trainer at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. She is a well known figure in the world of international radio, the author of critical editions of Cicero and Claudian and the co-editor of the five volumes of 'Challenges for International Broadcasting'. Howard Aster taught at McMaster University, Carleton University and McGill University in the Department of Political Science, has served as a consult to numerous government departments in Canada and to cultural organizations, is the author or editor of eleven books and has published over 100 articles.