Mass Communication Media on Stamps

A Topical Collection of Selected Postage Stamps

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Voice of America radio transmitting tower By definition, mass communication is a process in which professional communicators design and use media to disseminate messages widely, rapidly and continuously in order to arouse intended meanings in large, diverse, and selectively attending audiences in attempts to influence them in a variety of ways.

Numerous 20th century U.S. postage stamps have commemorated the media of mass communication. In fact, those postal issues themselves are media of mass communication. For a lot of fun, and a little bit of history, look at the images of certain past issues in this virtual topical collection of stamps which depict mass communication media.


PLEASE SELECT ONE OF THESE MEDIA

| PRINTING | BOOKS | NEWSPAPERS | PAMPHLETS | MAGAZINES |

| WIRED TELEGRAPH | WIRELESS TELEGRAPH | RADIO | TELEVISION

| MOVIES | RECORDINGS | THE WORLD WIDE WEB |



This online topical stamp collection is presented by
American Philatelic Society member Anthony R. Curtis, Ph.D.

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This Virtual Album of Mass Communition Media on Stamps is copyright 2013 by Anthony R. Curtis, Ph.D., who welcomes comments via e-mail