The Urban Review

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 19–25 | Cite as

Cable and the arts

  • Martin Mayer


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Notes and References

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    The BBC and the Arts. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1968,p.6.Google Scholar
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    William J. Baumol and William G. Bowen,Performing Arts—The Economic Dilemma. New York: Twentieth Century Fund, 1966, p. 96.Google Scholar
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    Munich, “The Decline of Cinematic Art,”New York Times, February 22, 1971, p. 23.Google Scholar
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    Le Service de la Recherche de l'ORTF. Paris: ORTF, 1968, p. 18.Google Scholar
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    Mayer, “Big Play for Pay-TV's $1.50 Splendors,”Saturday Evening Post, May 2, 1964, vol. 237, pp. 71–75. The paragraph quoted here was not used in the article as printed.Google Scholar
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    The Effect of CATV on Television Viewing. Television Bureau of Canada, Toronto. Undated, p. 14.Google Scholar
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    Baumol and Bowen,Performing Arts—Economic Dilemma, p. 407.Google Scholar

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