Public value test / ex-ante evaluation

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A key aspect of how the role of public service media has been shaped and governed concerns its capacity to innovate. During its last Charter Review, the BBC introduced a regulatory mechanism, the Public Value Test, to enable it to continue to launch new services.

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Although dramatic changes and serious challenges are numerous in the media environment, the political will and/or capability in the traditional public media strongholds of North Western Europe to make corresponding reforms of the prevailing PSM systems have been absent. Why? Is it because reform ideas are caught in a stalemate between opposing political coalitions?

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Young audiences seem to be hard to reach for Public Service Media [PSM] in an increasingly fragmented media landscape. This paper contributes to the necessity to examine attitudes, eval-uations and expectations of young recipients towards PSM.

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Focussing on TV drama, New Zealand’s most expensive area of public investment in TV programming, this paper examines the facilitation of this production via the public broadcasting agency, New Zealand on Air (NZoA).

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University of Tampere, Finland

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This file includes all the accepted proposals for RIPE@2012 Conference: Value for Public Money – Money for Public Value.

Updated June 29th 2012.

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