Although the virtual version is no where close the printed one, you can read some of the articles and see some of the images, have a read at the TELEVISION ISSUE .
And then tell me if its interesting, cos I have no time to read it, I just flicked through it at the Tate's bookshop and wished I could buy it as well as the other books I already had in my hand.
I choose the books, 3 for 2 ... little pocket books, perfect for before sleeping:
1.- An Apology for Idlers by Robert Louis Stevenson, which already at page 9 probes to be hilarious.
2.- The pleasure of Hating by William Hazlitt
3.- The work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction by Walter Benjamin.