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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Technological Innovation and the Consolidation of Corporate Power 2. Announcing Technological Change 3. From Performing the Recorded to Dissimulating the Machine 4. Making Sound Media Meaningful: Commerce, Culture, Politics 5. Transcription Versus Signification: Competing Paradigms for Representing with Sound Conclusions/Reverberations Notes Index
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Mass media -- Technological innovations -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Mass media -- Ownership -- United States -- History -- 20th century.