Book Review: Strategic Management in the Media, by Lucy Küng
AbstractLucy Küng’s second edition of Strategic Management in the Media (London: SAGE, 2016) highlights with rich analyses and real-life case examples of contemporary developments and strategic challenges in the complex digital media environment.
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