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Confronted with technological, political and social changes, most public service broadcasters in Western Europe have lost the unquestionable ‘license to operate’ in the digital age. While research has focused on adaptation strategies for public service broadcasters, communicative legitimacy management has received insufficient attention.

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The starting point of this paper is that the notion of ‘networked society’ has created a narrative that we need to study carefully. ‘Networked society’ is not a technological phenomenon with its own internal logic but rather it should be understood as a field of political and social contestation. Three main arguments setting out the context are put forward. 

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This paper discusses whether the deployment of a search engine as a public service can be an alternative that reduces the deficits of privately run search engines. A publicly financed and operated search engine is expected to provide a higher quality service, regardless of commercial objectives.

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The spread of the Internet and the increase in the ownership of mobile terminals in recent years have made the exchanges of information on a global scale much easier. Also, with the wider use of satellite broadcasting, the world’s major countries are seeking better ways to offer “external services” fit to the need of this age to maintain and improve their presence in the world.

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In the United States, so-called ‘non-profit news organizations’ are now playing a bigger role in journalism. Because of the propagation of Internet and the breakout of ‘Lehman Brothers Shock’ in 2008, many news organizations, especially newspaper companies, have been trimming their reporters and producers who make significant contents, such as investigative reporting.

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During the last few years, nearly all public service media (PSM)organisations have underwent very complex transformations in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The economic recession and reductions in PSM financing coincided with a need to compete with the commercial media so as to maintain audience levels and to prove the unique functions of the PSM to the public.

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Citizen journalism in Taiwan have become more and more influential during last decade along with the development of ICTS (information and communication technologies), especially the Internet (including websites, blogs, and social media).

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An American radio personality repeatedly urges, “Please give me 15 minutes, I will give you the world!” Mediated information builds an image and we construct the world accordingly. This world is nothing more than images in our brain. The realities that we experience every day are, essentially, virtual realities. What we know of this world is retained trough imagery in the brain.

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