The RIPE@2014 conference was sponsored by NHK (Nippon Hoso Kyokai), the Japan Broadcasting Corporation and our host was the Institute for Media and Communications Research, Keio University, the oldest private university in Japan (founded in 1858). The theme was Public Service Media Across Boundaries.
The RIPE@2013 Reader was sixth book published in the series RIPE Readers. The Value of Public Service Media was published nyt NORDICOM and is available for purchase from their website (click to link).
The RIPE@2012 conference was sponsored by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). The conference was hosted by the University of Sydney. The theme was Value for Public Money – Money for Public Value.
The RIPE@2010 conference was co-sponsored by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the UK Office of Communications (Ofcom). Our host was the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) at the University of Westminster.The theme was Public Service Media After the Recession.
The RIPE@2008 conference was organised collaboratively by ZDF (Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen), Germany’s national public service television broadcasting company, and two universities: The Medienintelligenz programme together with IAK Medienwissenschaften at the Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz and the Institute of Media Design at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences. The theme was Public Service Media in the 21st Century: Participation, Partnership and Media Development.
The RIPE@2006 conference was organised collaboratively by NPB, Netherlands Public Broadcasting, and the Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR) at the University of Amsterdam. The theme was Public Service Broadcasting in a Multimedia Environment: Programmes and Platforms.
The RIPE@2004 conference was organised collaboratively by DR, the Danish public broadcasting company, and the University of Aarhus, Department of Information and Media Studies. The theme was Mission, Market and Management: Public Service Broadcasting and the Cultural Commons.
The RIPE@2002 conference was organised collaboratively by YLE, the Finnish public broadcasting company, and the University of Tampere, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication. The theme was Broadcasting & Convergence: Articulating a New Public Service Remit.