Europe's Digital Revolution assesses the impact of digital broadcasting on regulatory practices in Europe. The current roles and responsibilities of nation states and the EU will have to respond to rapid technological and market developments. Levy considers how these responsibilities are likely to be divided in the future, and which are the emerging issues and problems.
`David Levy here offers an insider's view of why global convergence did not occur, and remains unlikely so to do in the foreseeable future' - Chris Marsden
`Levy's analysis...is written with admirable clarity despite the technical detail of much of the argument' - Chris Marsden
`Levy accomplished the fraught task of detaching himself from his professional advocacy admirably' - Chris Marsden
'...detailed and inspiring presentation of the crucial issues and central conflicts of european communications policy in the era of digital broadcasting.' - West European Politics, Raymund Werle