Regulation / deregulation

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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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Drawing on Buckingham’s (2013) observation that academic research either has to become public knowledge or its originators must have a high visibility in the public realm before their research can find inclusion into policy-making processes, this article offers a variety of examples of how academics have managed to bridge the gap between media and communication policy scholarship and policy-mak

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The Arab world is situated within the more palpably negative aspects of life outside the network society, a sphere characterized by the digital divide, the rise of surveillance society, and the transformation of ICTs from forces of change to instruments of state repressions.

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Trend of public service broadcasting (PSB) reform faces some pressures, particularly in country with political transition such as Indonesia. As an independent and non-profit media, Indonesian PSB that represented by RRI (Radio of the Republic of Indonesia) and TVRI (Television of the Republic of Indonesia) is protected by weak regulation.

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The project deals with the development of Public Service Media (PSM) regulation in Poland since the socio-political transition of 1989 until today. The term regulation should be understood in the wider context of Participatory Media Governance, which then would allow civil society members to be included in the investigation.

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During 2015 a number of Swedish publishing and broadcasting companies—Bonnier, Schibsted Sweden, Mittmedia, Bauer Group and the newspaper organisation, Tidningsutgivarna—agreed to form, fund and establish a national Public Service Broadcasting Commission.

Taiwan Public Television Service Foundation (PTS) is the major participant into the transforming broadcast to internet-based media. However, the limit of finance and lacking of political will, forced a PSB be in modest gesture on making of new media.

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Over the past twenty years, media responsibility and accountability in Europe have been a recurring theme, both on the academic and political agenda (De Haan, 2012; Bardoel & Brants, 2004).

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During the past ten years public service media organizations have experienced increasing demands for transparency, audience participation and public engagement. In response to this a number of reformed regulatory structures and audience-engagement measures were
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The crisis in the public audiovisual sector has coincided in time with the legitimate crisis suffered by European governments and institutions.

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