1 edition of Radio and television in the service of education and development in Asia. found in the catalog.
Radio and television in the service of education and development in Asia.
Includes the final report of the Meeting on Radio and Television in the Service of Education and Development held in Bangkok, May 1966.
|Series||Reports and papers on mass communication,, no. 49|
|Contributions||Meeting on Radio and Television in the Service of Education and Development, Bangkok, Thailand, 1966.|
|LC Classifications||AS4.U8 A15 MC66, XVII.49, LB1044.7 A15 MC66, XVII.49|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||72181193|
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