Padovani Spanish Public Service Media on the Verge of a New Era; B. By focusing on the convergence of the communication and media industries, he makes reference to the paradigmatic shift from a system based on the traditions of public service in broadcast and telecommunications delivery to one that is demarcated by commercialization, privatization and competition. Investigated from a journalistic perspective, this research addresses the role played by traditional national media in consolidating emerging democracies or in exacerbating their fragility within new political contexts. Corcoran For Culture and Democracy: Political Claims for Cosmopolitan Public Service Media-- K. Trapel The 'State' of 'Public' Broadcasting in Greece-- S. Steemers Heritage Brand Management in Public Service Broadcasting; G. This book is a substantial contribution to this exercise.
Corcoran For Culture and Democracy: Political Claims for Cosmopolitan Public Service Media; K. European Broadcasters and Beyond Author: P. Steemers Heritage Brand Management in Public Service Broadcasting; G. The principal challenges facing public service broadcasters include the pressures generated by rapid technological change; the dilemma between the obligation to safeguard citizenship ambitions and support market principles; the legitimacy and performance of public service broadcasters in a multimedia ecology characterised by convergence and fragmentation; and their transition to public service media. Social media is said to radically change the way in which public communication takes place: information diffuses faster and can reach a large number of people, but what makes the process so novel is that online networks can empower people to compete with traditional broadcasters or public figures. It is an important step forward in understanding global policy makers, processes, and outcomes.
She challenges some of conventional rationales for reform, identifies new ones, as well as exposes the limitations placed upon existing and future policy solutions by global media governance arrangements, especially in the fields of trade, copyright and Internet governance. Sarikakis Public Broadcasters and Transnational Broadcasting: Coming to Terms with the New Media Order; J. Chalaby Public Service Media and Children: Serving the Digital Citizens of the Future-- A. Any scholar with even the slightest interest in the area should look at the book, and anyone including public service communication within their research or teaching portfolio will find Petros Iosifidis's collection indispensible. McChesney and Victor Pickard have assembled thirty-two illuminating pieces on the crisis in journalism, revised and updated for this volume.
Using actual situations and problems that people have encountered with current software applications, this book offers academics ways to examine how new situations are created through computer use. This is a useful, up-to-date, and refreshingly panoramic perspective on the relationships between media, citizenship, governance, and policy. The scholars in this volume discuss the contemporary relevance of public service media as a cultural and political enterprise and as a forum in which a variety of cultural demands are best met. Scholars, students, and policymakers alike will benefit from the book's strong theoretical grounding and its very thorough incorporation of the relevant literature. Chalaby Public Service Media and Children: Serving the Digital Citizens of the Future; A. Any scholar with even the slightest interest in the area should look at the book, and anyone including public service communication within their research or teaching portfolio will find Petros Iosifidis's collection indispensible.
While the prevailing nation-state frameworks for cultural and political identity are gradually fading, some public service broadcasters are finding it hard to serve and promote national culture and identity, and meet the challenges of the growing uncertainties in light of a cosmopolitan Europe. Author: Petros Iosifidis Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan 2010. Trapel The 'State' of 'Public' Broadcasting in Greece; S. Sure to become the essential guide to the journalism crisis, Will the Last Reporter Please Turn out the Lights is both a primer on the news media today and a chronicle of a key historical moment in the transformation of the press. Responsibility: edited by Petros Iosifidis. Offering the most comprehensive study of the field to date, Public Service Media in Europe will be useful for students and researchers in public media, political communication, international and comparative media.
Sarikakis Public Broadcasters and Transnational Broadcasting: Coming to Terms with the New Media Order; J. The central theme of the book is to address the following questions: Are online and social networks an unstoppable democratizing and mobilizing force? In this way, it brings every kind of democratic thinking to bear on the challenges facing contemporary democracies and on the possibilities of the democratic future. Woldt Public Service Communication in Italy: Challenges and Opportunities; C. But these are considered among the central institutions that can help European citizens make sense of such developments by bearing traces of collective identities and therefore creating an expanded, pan-European cultural space. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. The E-mail message field is required.
An International Perspective Author: P. Padovani Spanish Public Service Media on the Verge of a New Era; B. Stepka From 'State Broadcasting' to 'Public Service Media' In Hungary; M. Drawing upon an interdisciplinary and international field of research and theory, it looks at current developments in television and radio broadcasting on the level of regulation and policy, industries and economics, production and content, and audience and consumption practices. It examines policy, regulatory and socio-cultural issues arising from the transformation of communication to a multi-layered sphere of online and social networks. One thing is certain: the technological, financial, organisational and programming challenges will intensify in the coming years. This edited collection addresses one of the most challenging debates in contemporary media studies: the transition of the traditional public service broadcasters into public service media - that is, widening their remit to be available in more delivery platforms for producing and distributing public service content.
Media policy-makers should opt for a public service media system which would provide a wide range of high quality, universally accessible content, free at the point of consumption. Is there a need for policy and intervention to ensure the development of comprehensive and inclusive social networking frameworks? Social media are viewed both as a tool that allows citizens to influence policymaking, and as an object of new policies and regulations, such as data retention, privacy and copyright laws, around which citizens are mobilizing. Petros Iosifidis addresses an increasingly prominent subject area in the field of media and communications, and one that has attracted increased attention in areas such as sociology, economics, political science and law: global media policy and regulation. Library leaders and visionaries from across the spectrum of institutions address such topics as -The history of reference librarianship and how it relates to the current landscape -Privacy, censorship, and reference ethics -The effects of the born digital library user on the purpose and function of reference -Strategic challenges for reference in the coming decade -A reference forecast for 2025 Placing these issues in historical and cultural context, this book offers practical solutions for new paradigms of reference service for all users. From Ari Kaplan—a recognized advisor on business andcareer development— Reinventing Professional Services:Building Your Business in the Digital Marketplaceoffersinsights on taking advantage of enterprising techniques to standout and position one's self as an insightful chameleon rather thanas an isolated purveyor of facts and figures.
Supplemented by full bibliographical information, extensive cross-referencing and suggestions for further reading, the Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought is a unique work of reference combining the expertise of many of the world's leading political scientists, political sociologists and political philosophers. A European Perspective Author: E. This has impacted greatly on Europe, which is dynamically evolving and where historically language, ideology, politics, economics and religions complicate the crafting of a unified sense of Europe. Using a range of national case studies from Europe and beyond, this book analyses the political, economic, social and regulatory issues raised in relation to the buying and selling of television sports rights. This book critically interrogates the contemporary relevance of social networks as a set of economic, cultural and political enterprises and as a public sphere in which a variety of political and socio-cultural demands can be met. Cross-platform strategies help public service media retain audience share, reach new audiences and develop on-demand services, while enabling them to create a stronger partnership with civil society and serve an extended form of citizenship.