Crossing Borders and Boundaries in Public Service Media

RIPE 2015

The seventh RIPE Reader investigates cross-boundary influences affecting public service media. PSM institutions remain domestically grounded and orientated, but must cope with international influences and the impact of globalisation. This presents significant environmental challenges keyed to policies that support networked communications which have important implications for the future of broadcasting. Meanwhile, internal institutional boundaries pose challenges to internal collaboration and synergy, and to achieving greater openness and cultivating public participation in PSM. Traditional boundaries between professional and non-professional production are often problematic, as well, for external collaboration. And there are enormous challenges in efforts to bridge boundaries between PSM and other public institutions (public sector), social movements (civil and volunteer sector) and companies (private sector). Cross-boundary phenomena offer tremendous opportunities for ensuring public service provision in the emerging media ecology, but managers and policy-makers must grapple with a range of dualities that require critical examination: public / private, national / international, broadcast / print, linear / non-linear, audience / user, production / distribution, citizen / consumer, and market / society. The scholarly contributions in this volume address issues that are relevant for improved understandings about Public Service Media Across Borders and Boundaries – a contemporary topic of keen theoretical and strategic importance.

Content

Preface 
Crossing Borders & Boundaries in PSM. Heritage, Complication and Development 
Section I. Broadcasting & Networked Communication 
Broadcasting in the Post-Broadcast Era. Technology and Institution in the Development of Public Service Media 
The PSM paradox with Net Neutrality  
Above Us the Sky. The New Battle for Borders in Spectrum Allocation 
Public Service Media in ‘Coopetitive’ Networks of Marketisation 
Section II. The State, the Market & Civil Society 
European Public Service Media and Communication Rights 
International Broadcasting and Editorial Independence. Case NHK Japan 
Fighting the Neoliberalised Media Market & State Interference. The Interdependency of the Taiwan PTS and Civil Society Organisations 
PSB and Press Freedom in the 2010s. Challenges for Radio Television Hong Kong 
State-administered Public Service Broadcasting in Morocco  
Section III. Crossing institutional & Operational Boundaries 
Public Service Media and the Commons. Crossing Conceptual and Institutional Boundaries 
Finding Public Service Media in a Global Mediascape 
Crossing New Boundaries in Public TV Drama. The Transnational Success of Denmark’s Forbrydelsen 
PSM Going Global? Navigating the Trans Border Rights Minefield 
Crossing Boundaries for Innovation. Content Development for PSM at Yle 
The Authors 
Publisher: 
Nordicom
Published: 
2016-05
Pages: 
251
ISBN: 
978-91-87957-21-5
Language: 
English
Type: 
Printed, PDF
Series: 
Research Antologies
280,00 kr
28,00 EUR

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