Wedell, Eberhard George
WEDELL, Eberhard George
WEDELL, Eberhard George. British (born Germany), b. 1927. Genres: Communications/Media, Education, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: University of Manchester, Professor of Adult Education, 1964-75, Hon. Professor of Employment Policy, 1975-83, Professor of Communications Policy, 1983-92, Professor Emeritus, 1992-; European Institute for the Media, Director, 1983-90, Director-General, 1991-93, Vice President, 1993-97; General Ed., Media Monograph series, 1985-93; Ministry of Education, London, 1950-60; Secretary, Independent Television Authority, 1960-64; Sr. Official and Adviser, E.E.C. Commission, Brussels, 1973-82. Publications: The Use of Television in Education, 1963; Broadcasting and Public Policy, 1968; (with H.D. Perraton) Teaching at a Distance, 1968; (with R. Glatter) Study by Correspondence, 1971; Correspondence Education in Europe, 1971; Teachers and Educational Development in Cyprus, 1971; (with E. Katz) Broadcasting in the Third World, 1978; Making Broadcasting Useful, 1986; (with R. Leonard) Mass Communications in Western Europe, 1986; (co- author) Media in Competition, 1986; (with P. Crookes) Radio 2000, 1991; (with R. Rocholl) Vom Segen des Glaubens, 1995; (with B. Luckham) Television at the Crossroads, 2001. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: Structures of Broadcasting, 1970; Education and the Development of Malawi, 1973; No Discouragement, 1997. Address: 18 Cranmer Rd, Manchester M2O 6AW, England.