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Western European broadcasting, deregulation, and public television

Nelson Traquina

Western European broadcasting, deregulation, and public television

the Portuguese experience

by Nelson Traquina

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Published by Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in Columbia, SC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Television broadcasting policy -- Europe,
  • Television broadcasting policy -- Portugal,
  • Public television -- Europe,
  • Public television -- Portugal

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 39-42).

    StatementNelson Traquina.
    SeriesJournalism & mass communication monographs -- 167
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. ;
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23378394M

    Like its companion volume Telecommunications in Europe, this book deals with the rise and decline of powerful monopoly institutions in the communications television, these are the public broadcasting institutions that have dominated Western European television from its . Utopian Television illustrates how each director imagined television’s improved or “utopian” version by drawing on elements that had come to characterize it by the early s. Taking advantage of the public service model of Western European broadcasting, each used television to realize works that would never have been viable in the.

    EUROPEAN BROADCASTING LAW AND POLICY European broadcasting policy has attracted attention from many disci- areas would have resulted in an encyclopaedia rather than a book? The Television without Frontiers Directive was an obvious starting-point, but media mergers and the state-aid rules relating to public service broadcasting. A full. BROADCAST DEREGULATION AND SOCIETY Television policy, Deregulation is generally taken to mean "absence of regulation". For the ming, etc. But the correct and more effective execution of public interest demands that broadcasting involves "going beyond programming, and beyond public service am1otmcement, to becoming vital and.

    The European Broadcasting Union (EBU; French: Union Européenne de Radio-télévision, UER; German: Europäische Rundfunkunion, ERU) is an alliance of public service media organisations, established on 12 February The organisation is made up Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland. European broadcasting policy has attracted attention from many disciplines because it has dual nature: cultural and commercial. This book offers a detailed treatment of European broadcasting law, set against an overview of policy in this : Jackie Harrison, Lorna Woods.


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Western European broadcasting, deregulation, and public television. Columbia, SC: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, © (OCoLC) Television and the Public Interest book.

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Kuhn, ed., Broadcasting and Politics in Western Europe. London: Cass. Brants, Kees “ The Politics and the Effects of the Deregulation of Greek Television.”Cited by: The "Television Without Frontiers" Directive, Cornerstone of the European Broadcasting Policy By Patrice Aubry, attorney at law, Geneva Published in agreement with the author on the European Audiovisual Observatory Internet site.

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'A toaster with pictures' was the characterisation of television by the former chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission and advocate of broadcasting deregulation, Mark Fowler.

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Vincent Porter; Books. Books. Pages: ; First Published: September. The European and Asian communications environments are undergoing a number of major structural changes.

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With rather different economic political infrastructures and broadcast Cited by:. A public service model funded by the government (actually audience members pay the cost of programming set in place by government) Which of the following is the big change that has taken place in Western European tv over the last twenty years?Utopian Television illustrates how each director imagined television’s improved or “utopian” version by drawing on elements that had come to characterize it by the early s.

Taking advantage of the public service model of Western European broadcasting, each used television to realize works that would never have been viable in the Author: Michael Cramer.AMERICAN THEORIES OF MEDIA DEREGULATION ‘Television is nothing more than a toaster with pictures’ – Mark Fowler The mass media in contemporary Western Europe has been undergoing a period of profound transformation.

For some, this involves a ‘paradigm shift’ from public service to free market broadcasting.