Browsing Department of Information Science and Media Studies by Subject "Media policy"
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Commercial Services, Enclosure and Legitimacy: Comparing Contexts and Strategies for Public Service Media Funding and Development (Nordicom, 2008)European public broadcasters have long since ceased to be solely publicly financed. But the inherently controversial licence fee on television sets has remained a key source of funding. Facing an increasingly complex digital ...Chapter
Public Broadcasters, the Internet, and Democracy. Comparing Policy and Exploring Public Service Media Online (The University of Bergen, 2009-02)This thesis is a study of public service broadcasting facing a digital media system. Its focus is on internet services since the mid-1990s. With a comparative design, the thesis discusses how public service broadcasters ...Doctoral thesis