The Role of Wireless Telecommunications in the Age of Digital Media

Prepared by Andrew Lih, Assistant Professor, Hong Kong University, Journalism and Media Studies Centre.

The Role of Wireless Telecommunications in the Age of Digital Media

This paper analyzes the conditions under which the United States operates, which services have emerged for digital news and content applications, and what services show promise in the future.

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