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Patrick S. O'Donnell

Thanks so much Steve for the suggested titles. I'll be sure to add them anon. I'm not real strict about the "political economy" aspect in any case, as not a few titles fail to overtly make that a part of their analysis or examination.

Steven Shiffrin

Thanks for this. It is extremely useful. I would consider adding Ronald K.L. Collins and David Skover, The Death of Discourse (2d ed. 2005)and work by Monroe Price
http://www.cmcs.ceu.hu/about-us/people/monroe-price particularly Monroe Price, Media and Sovereignty (2002); Monroe E. Price, Television, The Public Sphere and National Identity (1995).(though I could see excluding on the grounds that the ties to political economy are not developed - at least as I recall)

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