Study on radio and television policy of the National Coalition party

Mr Jarmo Viljakainen, Licenciate in Political Sciences, published in 1995 at the Helsinki University a study concerning radio and television policy of a political party. It was the first one of its kind in Finland. This study investigates how and on which ideological grounds the radio and television policy of The National Coalition Party took shape from 1960 to 1970. The study starts from the year 1960 because of the fact that it was the first time when the conflict between The National Coalition Party, and on the other hand The Agrarian Party supported by the left wing parties, was seen. The National Coalitition was against statutory radio monopoly.

Study on radio and television policy of the National Coalition party

This study is the first one carried out in Finland concerning the radio and television policy of a political party. The study investigates how and on which ideological grounds the radio and television policy of The National Coalition Party took shape from 1960 to 1970. The study starts from the year 1960 because of the fact that it was the first time when the conflict between The National Coalition Party, and on the other hand The Agrarian Party supported by the left wing parties, was seen. The National Coalitition was against statutory radio monopoly.

Study on radio and television policy of the National Coalition party

This study is the first one carried out in Finland concerning the radio and television policy of a political party. The study investigates how and on which ideological grounds the radio and television policy of The National Coalition Party took shape from 1960 to 1970. The study starts from the year 1960 because of the fact that it was the first time when the conflict between The National Coalition Party, and on the other hand The Agrarian Party supported by the left wing parties, was seen. The National Coalitition was against statutory radio monopoly.