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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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Independence is regarded as a distinguishing attribute of public service media. The focus is independence from government and the unfettered capacity to make editorial decisions without external interference. Community broadcasters have a similar concern about independence from political and commercial influences. But independence is contested concept.

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The role of the public service broadcasting (PSB) has moved gradually towards the public service media (PSM). Many scholars have discussed the issue. For example, Jakubowicz (2007) proposes PSB 3.0 to describe this coming of the PSM, which means a new era that is distinct from PSB 1.0 and PSB 2.0.

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This paper puts forward a case from the global south into the discussion of public media. It pays particular attention to Bangladesh, an epicenter of a thriving media system in South Asia.

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The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) to a large extent reflects an ideal aspect of the public sphere, which has the responsibility to communicate culture and information, create and maintain diversified values, and preserve its independence by opposing any political intervention.

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How do the processes of cultural inclusion and exclusion take place, while PSM offers broadcasting service for the members of the state? This paper examines the PSM and its cultural diversities by focusing on the Kurdish broadcasting in Turkey and in Europe.

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This paper purposes to examine how the public service broadcasting in Japan plays a journalistic function by analyzing and considering the news coverage on the crisis of the Fukushima nuclear power plant and the nuclear energy policy in the past three years.

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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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Public Service Media [PSM] institutions, which are run by public funds, are by nature domestic in grounding and in practice and have been mandated to serve its people within the national boundaries who pay the fees or the taxes to support the activities of PSM.

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