Media and Communication
Access Australia is a unique, web-based resource that provides libraries with comprehensive news coverage from all Australian states and territories and beyond. From local publications to nationwide news sources such as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian, Access Australia includes content from the most popular daily, weekly and Sunday newspapers as well as hard-to-find community and regional news. Each news source has its own focus, and patrons can select news sources closest to the issues and events for authoritative, staff-written coverage. Thus, Access Australia provides local, regional, national and international perspectives on current issues and events.
Access New Zealand
Access New Zealand is a web-based resource offering local, regional and national perspectives on current issues and events. Featuring comprehensive news coverage from both the North and South Islands, this one-of-a-kind resource features both local publications and nationwide news sources such as The New Zealand Herald, The Dominion Post, The Press and Waikato Times. Access New Zealand includes content from the most popular daily, weekly and Sunday newspapers as well as hard-to-find community and regional news. Patrons can access authoritative, staff-written coverage from sources across New Zealand—including those closest to a specific issue or event—so they can compare and contrast the unique perspectives within each publication.
Access World News: Research Collection
Access World News: Research Collection is an unparalleled collection for academic libraries, featuring thousands of U.S. and global news sources, most available online exclusively through NewsBank. Designed in collaboration with academic librarians, this primary resource solution supports a wide range of academic disciplines, including political science, journalism, English, history, environmental studies, sociology, economics, education, business, health, social sciences and more.
British Broadcasting Corporation, 1927-2002
British Online Archives
Learn how broadcast listener expectations changed and viewer expectations developed in the United Kingdom during the 20th century. These records include both detailed schedules and audience research. They also include commentary on how the BBC interpreted their own performance. The listener research reports include details of what was broadcast during World War 2 and how it was received. These BBC records are valuable as a mirror of the social change that the broadcaster had to reflect in order to engage with its audience.
This series includes 2 collections that may also be purchased separately.
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