Public Service Broadcasting Online

This book investigates the extent to which a Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) ethos has been extended to the online world in Europe.

Author: B. Brevini

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137295101

Category: Social Science

Page: 200

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This book investigates the extent to which a Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) ethos has been extended to the online world in Europe. It examines the most significant policy initiatives carried out by PSBs in Europe on online platforms, and analyzes how the public service philosophy is being reinvented by policy makers.
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From Public Service Broadcasting to Public Service Communications

Nanne Priebs is Referendar to the District Court for the Land Brandenburg and is
completing a PhD at the University of Hamburg investigating public service
broadcasters online activities . Before joining the Judicial Service , she was the ...

Author: Damian Tambini

Publisher: Institute for Public Policy Research

ISBN: 1860302297

Category: Government communication systems

Page: 190

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A Future for Public Service Television

European Broadcasters and Beyond (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2010); Agnes
Gulyas and Ferenc Hammer, eds., Public Service ... Perspectives (Newcastle:
Cambridge Scholars, 2013); Benedetta Brevini, Public Service Broadcasting
Online.

Author: Des Freedman

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9781906897819

Category: Social Science

Page: 368

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A guide to the nature, purpose, and place of public service television within a multi-platform, multichannel ecology. Television is on the verge of both decline and rebirth. Vast technological change has brought about financial uncertainty as well as new creative possibilities for producers, distributors, and viewers. This volume from Goldsmiths Press examines not only the unexpected resilience of TV as cultural pastime and aesthetic practice but also the prospects for public service television in a digital, multichannel ecology. The proliferation of platforms from Amazon and Netflix to YouTube and the vlogosphere means intense competition for audiences traditionally dominated by legacy broadcasters. Public service broadcasters—whether the BBC, the German ARD, or the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation—are particularly vulnerable to this volatility. Born in the more stable political and cultural conditions of the twentieth century, they face a range of pressures on their revenue, their remits, and indeed their very futures. This book reflects on the issues raised in Lord Puttnam's 2016 Public Service TV Inquiry Report, with contributions from leading broadcasters, academics, and regulators. With resonance for students, professionals, and consumers with a stake in British media, it serves both as historical record and as a look at the future of television in an on-demand age. Contributors include Tess Alps, Patrick Barwise, James Bennett, Georgie Born, Natasha Cox, Gunn Enli, Des Freedman, Vana Goblot, David Hendy, Jennifer Holt, Amanda D. Lotz, Sarita Malik, Matthew Powers, Lord Puttnam, Trine Syvertsen, Jon Thoday, Mark Thompson
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Public Service Broadcasting and Media Systems in Troubled European Democracies

Reinventing Public Service Broadcasting in Europe: Prospects, Promises and
Problems. Media, Culture and Society, 30(3), 337–355. Brevini, B. (2013). Public
Service Broadcasting Online: A Comparative European Policy Study of PSB 2.0.

Author: Eva Połońska

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030027100

Category: Social Science

Page: 408

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This book provides the most recent overview of media systems in Europe. It explores new political, economic and technological environments and the challenges they pose to democracies and informed citizens. It also examines the new illiberal environment that has quickly embraced certain European states and its impact on media systems, considering the sources and possible consequences of these challenges for media industries and media professionals. Part I examines the evolving role of public service media in a comparative study of Western, Southern and Central Europe, whilst Part II ventures into Europe’s periphery, where media continues to be utilised by the state in its quest for power. The book also provides an insight into the role of the European Union in preserving the independence and neutrality of public service media. It will be useful to students and researchers of political communication and international and comparative media, as well as democracy and populism.
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The Structure and Governance of Public Service Broadcasting

Can the public service broadcaster survive? renewal and compromise in the new
BBC Charter. In G. Ferrel Lowe & J. ... Public service broadcasting online: A
comparative European policy study of PSB 2.0. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Briggs ...

Author: Giorgia Pavani

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319967318

Category: Social Science

Page: 153

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This book offers an analysis of public service broadcasting (PSB) in European Countries that highlights the issues – both legal and not – currently facing PSB. Focusing particularly on the link between public TV and the political class, Giorgia Pavani offers an overview of the structure and governance of PSB from both a comparative and international viewpoint. The text is a useful research tool for those who want to study PSB from a viewpoint that goes beyond the legal perspective, and helps the reader to further understand the phenomenon of influence on public TV policy. By combining new comparative approaches in the studies of PSB with a detailed and updated analysis of International, European and comparative law, the result is an innovative and multidisciplinary volume that seeks to unpick the relationship between PSB and politics.
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Reinventing Public Service Television for the Digital Future

Public Service Televisionfor the Digital Future examines the ways in which
publicservice systems are changing as digital ... online and mobile –
digitalization is greatly enhancing and expanding the capacity of public service
broadcasters to ...

Author: Mary Debrett

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 9781841503219

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 253

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Once regarded as a system in decline, public service broadcasters have acquired renewed legitimacy in the digital environment, as drivers of digital take-up, innovators and trusted brands. Exploring this remarkable transformation through six case studies, Reinventing Public Service Television for the Digital Future engages with the new opportunities and challenges facing public service media, outlining the ways in which interactive technologies are now expanding the delivery of diverse goals and enhancing public accountability. Drawing on fifty interviews with media industry and academic specialists from four countries, Debrett analyses the constraints and possibilities of the public service system and its prospects for continued survival in the age of on-demand media. --Book Jacket.
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The Public Service Broadcasting Culture

DR's activities cover two public service television channels , six public service
radio channels and interactive public service activities on the Internet and other
new media . The overall public service ( PS ) goals are laid down in § 10 of the
Act ...

Author: Susanne Nikoltchev

Publisher: Council of Europe

ISBN: 9287161887

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 184

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Europe is marked by a great diversity in public service broadcasting culture which is a result of the different political, economic, cultural and social realities in different European countries. This publication examines the development of public service broadcasting, its current raison d'ãtre and its perspectives in the digital media era. It also addresses the demands and expectations placed on public service broadcasting: how are these demands expressed and how do today's broadcasters meet these demands? Fourteen European countries are covered in detail: Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom. The countries were chosen to provide an overview of the different regulatory models developed throughout Europe. Each contribution describes the foundations of the public service remit, the economic and financing model as well as the decision-making process. In addition, it examines the influence of a country's cultural, political or social aspects on the selection of the public service broadcasting system and its organisational structures.
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Public Service Broadcasting in the Age of Globalization

Australia The ABC and Public Value— Public Service Broadcaster in the Age of
Competition Australia has had public ... forms of mainstream media, providing
television, radio and online services throughout metropolitan and regional
Australia, ...

Author: Indrajit Banerjee

Publisher: AMIC

ISBN: 9789814136013

Category: Culture and globalization

Page: 348

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Takes a scholarly perspective aimed at creating debate about the role and function of public service broadcasting at a time that it is facing a variety of threats, from governments, and from commercialization of broadcasting. This book gives a global perspective on the state of public service broadcasting in the age of globalization.
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Public Service Broadcasting in Transition

PURPOSES OF PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING GERMANY 'The Mission of
Public Service Broadcasters ' by Bernd Holznagel, 2000 Whether we like ... One
example is the worldwide distribution of online offers available over the Internet.

Author: Monroe Edwin Price

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9789041122124

Category: Law

Page: 201

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Few will deny that public service broadcasting?broadcasting that is controlled neither by the state nor by private media corporations?is an essential ingredient in modern democracy. But, as a number of initiatives in transition economies have shown, the inception and development of a strong public broadcasting system is a Herculean task that is easily sidetracked by politics or ideology, or stalled by lack of funding. Especially when state budgets are stretched, the expense is hard to justify. This collection of documents, comments, and cases brings all the major issues in public service broadcasting policy into focus and sets the problems to be addressed in sharp relief. It draws on white papers from NGOs and broadcasters, legislation from a wide range of countries (and a model law), accounts of public broadcasting efforts in transition states, analyses of evolving policy in established systems, government regulatory guidelines, and a great deal more. Among the matters touched upon are the following: the principles of public service broadcasting and their cultural and economic justification; limiting state interference; the place of public broadcasting in a multi-channel, ?market-driven? world; the appropriate mix of public and private revenues; objectivity and impartiality in broadcasting; how institutional structures can shape programming strategies; the use of competition law to adjust relations between public and private broadcasting; EU accession standards for public service broadcasting; and the impact of digital broadcasting. Broadcast professionals, students and teachers in communications and related fields, government officials interested in strengthening public service broadcasting and keeping pace with rapid developments?all will benefit enormously from this thoughtful and informative book. It will allow them to think well beyond the standard formulae about the function of public service broadcasting and its role in society.
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Public Broadcasting and European Law

A Comparative Examination of Public Service Obligations in Six Member States
Irini Katsirea. The Federal ... Public broadcasters are obliged to offer programme-
aligned online services as much as traditional radio and television programmes.

Author: Irini Katsirea

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9789041125002

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 444

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Although EU Member States share a tradition of regulating public broadcasting for the public interest, such regulation has been in decline in recent years. It has been challenged by the emergence of commercial television sworn to the market logic, as well as by satellite services and the Internet. EU law and policy has, under pressure from powerful global forces, abetted that decline. The question thus arises: Do cultural values still matter in European national broadcasting? This important book examines the challenges posed to public service obligations by European Union media law and policy. An in-depth analysis of the extent to which six countries (France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom) regulate broadcasting for the public interest reveals a range of vulnerability to national political pressures or, alternatively, to the ideology of market sovereignty. The author examines the country of origin principle and the European quota rule of the Television without Frontiers Directive, revealing the influence of European law on the definition and enforcement of programme requirements, and shows how the case law of the European Court of Justice encourages deregulation at the national level without offering adequate safeguards at the supranational level in exchange. She asks the question whether the alleged 'European audiovisual model' actually persists--that is, whether broadcasting is still committed to protecting such values as cultural diversity, the safety of minors, the susceptibility of consumers to advertising, media pluralism, and the fight against racial and religious hatred. The book concludes with an evaluation of the impact of the EU state aid regime on the licence fee based financing of public broadcasting. Despite the increasing importance of the subject, its study in a comparative context has been heretofore underdeveloped. This book fully provides that context and more, and will be of great value and interest to all parties concerned with the key role of communications in the development of European integration.
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Convergence

Political initiatives and measures to increase license fees and state subsidies are
almost universally unpopular, especially among those who prefer private
broadcast services (tv and Internet). Public service broadcasters currently have to
be ...

Author: Jaap Hoogenboezem

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317707936

Category: Social Science

Page: 72

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This issue of Trends in Communication will inspire researchers to take up the matter of convergence as a topic for research. We are entering a world--literally--without technical borders, and we need to adapt our markets as well as our economic and political institutions to that world. Whereas the scientific community has the luxury of being able to sit back and contemplate the issue from every possible angle, bureaucrats, legislators, and regulators are already working out the solutions to practical problems. This issue will hopefully also inform them about convergence and its problems.
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Developing Successful ICT Strategies Competitive Advantages in a Global Knowledge Driven Society

Market Impact Assessment of BBC's Online Service. London: BBC. British
Broadcasting Corporation (2004a). Annual Report and Accounts 2003/2004.
London: BBC. British Broadcasting Corporation (2004b). Building Public Value.
Renewing ...

Author: Rahman, Hakikur

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599046563

Category: Computers

Page: 420

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Presents research investigating the notion that information communication technologies (ICTs) have the potential to improve the lives of people and contribute to enhancing social conditions in developing countries through such concepts as the Knowledge Society, open education, and e-governance.
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From Public Service Broadcasting to Public Service Media

To a large extent , national public broadcasters , and specifically via their
educational units , are embracing these new technologies and the Internet , in
particular . This includes , for example , the digitalization and disclosure via the
Internet of ...

Author: Gregory Ferrell Lowe

Publisher: Nordiskt Informationscenter for

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131738952

Category: Social Science

Page: 259

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The core challenge facing public service broadcasting today is the transition to public service media. This understanding characterised discourse among participants in the [email protected] conference in the Netherlands, the theme of which was Public Service Broadcasting in the Multimedia Environment: Programmes and Platforms. The contributors in this volume focus attention on issues of strategic concern and tactical importance in addressing the core challenge. A defining ... Etc.
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Public Issue Radio

digital media and the internet. But the answer to the question of whether public
issue radio can adapt to the digital, online environment must be a qualified 'yes'.
It is barely more than a sleight of the producer's hand to introduce interactive ...

Author: H. Chignell

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230346451

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 249

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Based on original and previously unseen written and sound archives and interviews with former and current radio producers and presenters, Public Issue Radio addresses the controversial question of the political leanings of current affairs programmes, and asks if Analysis became an early platform for both Thatcherite and Blairite ideas.
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Towards a Market in Broadcasting

Milne, A. (1988) DG: The Memoirs of a British Broadcaster, London: Hodder &
Stoughton. Moe, H. (2008a) 'Public Service Media Online? Regulating Public
Broadcasters' Internet Services: A Comparative Analysis', Television & New
Media ...

Author: C. Potschka

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230370197

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 331

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A comparative analysis of the evolution ofUK and German broadcasting policies, adding to the developing area of comparative research on media and communications policy. The book focuses on processes of marketization and liberalization as they have affected policy-making, national regulatory frameworks and media structures.
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Policy and Marketing Strategies for Digital Media

Online services are not acknowledged as an autonomous part of the public
service broadcasting (PSB) remit (Moe, 2008b, pp. 320–321), but some public
broadcasters' websites, such as the BBC's, offer a fine example of the extension
of the ...

Author: Yu-li Liu

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317744108

Category: Social Science

Page: 312

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With digital media becoming ever more prevalent, it is essential to study policy and marketing strategies tailored to this new development. In this volume, contributors examine government policy for a range of media, including digital television, IPTV, mobile TV, and OTT TV. They also address marketing strategies that can harness the unique nature of digital media’s innovation, production design, and accessibility. They draw on case studies in Asia, North America, and Europe to offer best practices for both policy and marketing strategies.
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Communicating Politics Online

By 1972, the BBC was a partly-private, partlypublic entity but with the public
component came an important companion idea: public service broadcasting.6
Most of Europe would follow the BBC's suit and either mandate one single state-
owned ...

Author: Chapman Rackaway

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137437976

Category: Political Science

Page: 123

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The world of political communication is morphing almost constantly into new areas and realities. Online-only news, Web 2.0 user-created content, hyperlocal news, and the rise of the Twittersphere have all contributed to an ever-changing media environment. Communicating Politics Online captures the constant change of new online media.
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Digital Health

Traditional ideas of public service broadcasting are being challenged
asmainstream broadcastersfindtheir ... the publicservice broadcasting of the
future could comprise thetransmission ofpublicservices, such as online health
rather than the ...

Author: Barrie Gunter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135607548

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 280

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This book is concerned with the provision of health information remotely via the latest communications technologies. The rapidly aging population has led governments to seek more effective methods of maintaining high standards of public health through the cultivation of healthy living, as well as improved and more efficiently delivered health advice and diagnostic services. Experiments with remote provision of health information and transactional services have been piloted to assess in this context the efficacy of new communications technologies, such as personal computers linked to the Internet, interactive digital television in the home, and electronically networked touch-screen kiosks in public locations. Such developments represent part of a wider agenda--through electronic government--to cultivate more dynamic democracies and involve citizens of a time of growing political alienation. The impact of such developments can only properly be established through systematic empirical research. This book examines what has been learned from research-based evaluations of digital health projects. It draws upon research from different parts of the world and offers an up-to-date review of the literature in this field. It also presents a detailed account of recent research carried out in Britain on the effectiveness of government-sponsored pilot health information, advice and transactional services provided via kiosks, the Internet, and interactive digital television. It considers the effectiveness of these communications technologies in relation to a range of distinct applications, their use by the public and perceived usefulness and authority, and the potential of remote health delivery to support or supplant more traditional and direct forms of health diagnosis and treatment. The book will be of interest to those involved in the academic study of digital media developments, e-government and remote health, as well as to policy-makers and practitioners working in these rapidly growing fields of endeavor.
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Television Versus the Internet

If online technologies are conditioning new mindsets in relation to content access
and utility, will television have to evolve to engage with fresh public expectations
that arise out of new cognitive models of dealing with entertainment and ...

Author: Barrie Gunter

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781780631660

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 208

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This book will explore the questions raised by the technological developments that have encouraged the multiplication of TV channels. TV is moving through a period of rapid change. Governments around the world are switching from analogue to digital forms of transmission to further expand the amount of content that TV signals can carry. At the same time, competition for eyeballs has also grown from outside that traditional marketplace with the emergence of the Internet. The roll-out of broadband and increased bandwidth has had the greatest impact on television because online technology can readily convey the same content. All these changes have created a great deal more competition for viewers within the traditional TV marketplace. The Internet has proven to be especially popular with young people who have adopted its applications to a far greater extent than their elders, though even the latter have now begun to take up online activities in significant numbers. Are these audiences the same? Do people make a choice between these two media or do they use them both at different times and for different reasons? Can television utilise the Internet in profitable ways to enhance its market position? Will television have to evolve from its current state to provide the kinds of content reception services to which people have become accustomed in the online world? If it does need to change to survive, will this nevertheless mean a radical new configuration of content and the disappearance of ‘channels’ with fixed, pre-determined programme schedules? Examines the implications of new interactive communications technologies for the way people will use television in the future Presents an analysis of changing styles of television viewing and changing orientations towards television Examines the growing importance of the broadband internet as a source of information and entertainment
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The Television Handbook

BBC website www.bbc.co.uk and it has initiated the online broadcasting service
YouView. • The BBC is also an ... They have to provide elements of public service
broadcasting out of their own commercial funding. Alternative methods of ...

Author: Jeremy Orlebar

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136655548

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 336

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The Television Handbook is a critical introduction to the practice and theory of television. The book examines the state of television today, explains how television is made and how production is organised, and discusses how critical thinking about programmes and genres can illuminate their meanings. This book also explores how developments in technology and the changing structure of the television industry will lead the medium in new directions. The Television Handbook gives practical advice on many aspects of programme making, from an initial programme idea through to shooting and the post-production process. The book includes profiles giving insight into how personnel in the television industry - from recent graduates to television executives - think about their work. The Television Handbook offers chapters on the vigorous debates about what is meant by quality television, how news and factual programmes are responding to interactive technologies, and how formats such as Reality/Talent TV have risen in prominence. It also considers how drama, sport and music television can be discussed and interpreted. The Television Handbook includes: Profiles of TV news and drama producers, editors and TV studio personnel Case histories of important TV genres and series Practical programme making advice Explanations of key theoretical perspectives in television studies
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