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We ask whether the lens of fluidity useful in examining the adaptation of creative firms working in the digital realm.

We are beginning to use this tool as a way to see continual patterns of flow and change from production, distribution, and audience perspectives.

This constant state of adaptation can also be seen in the clustering of creative firms in London and Warsaw.

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The paper takes the view that a complete transformation of PSM institutions and strategies is necessary to cope with the disruptive changes in media use. Broadcast enterprises are endangered by the generation rift, vanishing relevance in their traditional fields and a minor role in online competition.

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This paper presents a case study of how two European public service broadcasting institutions work with personalisation services. The topic is high on the agenda of media businesses as well as public debates, so how do public service broadcasters approach the current personalisation trend, and how do they legitimize their approach?

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Like many developing countries, Morocco has sought the help of radio and television to disseminate development ideas to its citizens. There are large numbers of non-literate or marginally literate individuals who are living out their lives in print-scarce environments with few or no reading materials in their homes, but they have regular access to radio and television.

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In Taiwan and Hong Kong, the level of freedom of speech has been relatively high compared with other Asian nations. But recently, media reports in Taiwan and Hong Kong are being shaken by influence from mainland China. Reporters Without Borders has been issuing "Freedom of the Press Worldwide" almost every year since 2002.

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Recent years have witnessed a notable increase in public interest-oriented civil society activism and advocacy around media-related change.

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