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HE7572 .C2 C36 1994 [Info] The Canadian Information Highway: Building Canada's Information and Communications Infrastructure (1994), by Industry Canada (text at
HE7572 .U6 C53 [Info] The Changing Nature of Telecommunications/Information Infrastructure (1995), by National Research Council Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (page images with commentary at NAP)
HE7572.U6 R48 1995 [Info] Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure (1995), by National Academy of Engineering (page images with commentary at NAP)
HE7572 .U6 U57 1996 [Info] The Unpredictable Certainty: Information Infrastructure Through 2000, by NII 2000 Steering Council (HTML and page images at NAP)
HE7673 .S45 [Info] The Anglo-American Telegraphic Code to Cheapen Telegraphy and to Furnish a Complete Cypher (third edition; New York: Anglo-American Code and Cypher Co., 1891)
HE7700 .M43 [Info] Measuring the Information Society (annual report free online from 2010 onward, except for one annex), by International Telecommunication Union (partial serial archives)
HE7781 .C68 1990 [Info] Critical Connections: Communication for the Future (1990), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (PDF files at Princeton)
HE7781 .G56 1995 [Info] Global Communications: Opportunities for Trade and Aid (1995), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
HE7781 .P26 [Info] The Telegraph Monopoly (Philadelphia: C. F. Taylor, ca. 1899), by Frank Parsons (page images at HathiTrust)
HE7781 .W45 [Info] The Relation of the Government to the Telegraph, by David A. Wells (page images at MOA)
HE7785 .U54 1976 [Info] The Feasibility and Value of Broadband Communications in Rural Areas: A Preliminary Evaluation (1976), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment, contrib. by William Mills, Gretchen Kolsrud, and Lucia Turnbull (PDF files at Princeton)
HE8464 .W49 2000 [Info] Assessing Community Telecentres: Guidelines for Researchers, by Anne Whyte (PDF and HTML with commentary at
HE8667 .J65 [Info] Radio Spectrum Conservation: A Program of Conservation Based on Present Uses and Future Needs (New York et al.: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952), by Joint Technical Advisory Committee
HE8677 .A22 [Info] Annual Report, by United States Federal Communications Commission (partial serial archives)
HE8677 .A22 [Info] Annual Reports Number 1-7, 1927-1933 (reprinted in 1 volume; New York: Arno Press and the New York Times, 1961), by United States Federal Radio Commission (PDF at
HE8689.4 .B753 2008 [Info] Broadcasting, Voice, and Accountability: A Public Interest Approach to Policy, Law, and Regulation (2008), by Steve Buckley, Kreszentia Duer, Toby Mendel, and Seán Ó Siochrú, contrib. by Monroe E. Price and Marc Raboy (HTML with commentary at
HE8689.8 A53 1939 [Info] America's First Television Tour: Demonstrating, Describing the Art and Science of Seeing at a Distance (c1939), by National Broadcasting Company
HE8690 .M6 [Info] Radio Guide (partial serial archives)
HE8690 .M6 [Info] Radio Mirror (partial serial archives)
HE8693.U6 A7 [Info] How Far Should Government Control Radio? (EM 28; 1946), by Robert D. Leigh
HE8694 .O54 2003 [Info] The One to Watch: Radio, New ICTs and Interactivity (2003), ed. by Bruce Girard (PDF and HTML at
HE8696 .P37 2001 [Info] A Passion for Radio: Radio Waves and Community (electronic edition, c2001), ed. by Bruce Girard (PDF at
HE8698 .A5 [Info] What is the Future of Television? (1945), by Robert M. Farr (illustrated HTML at
HE8698 .A63 [Info] Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence in Radio and Television (New York, NY: American Business Consultants, 1950), by American Business Consultants (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
HE8698 .C65 [Info] The People Look at Radio: Report on a Survey Conducted by the National Opinion Research Center (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c1946), by Columbia University Bureau of Applied Social Research, contrib. by National Opinion Research Center and Paul F. Lazarsfeld

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