PSM-AP

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    PSM-AP at 10th ECREA conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia

    For the 10th ECREA conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia, to take place from 24-27th September 2024, members from our PSM-AP team will present as part of a panel titled Comparative Approaches to Public Service Media Disruption: The Transformation of Values, Norms and Prevailing Structures in the Age of Platforms. Chaired by our principal investigator, Catherine Johnson,…

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    PSM-AP members present at RIPE 2024

    For the RIPE conference on Public Service Media for Innovation and Sustainability, members from our PSM-AP team presented four papers on May 17th. During the conference, which took place in Lisbon from May 16 – 18, 2024, PSM-AP team members Michał Głowacki, Filip Świtkowski, Antonio Nucci, Hanne Bruun, and Julie Mejse Münter Lassen presented recent…

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    Media Industries Conference – London 2024

    The PSM-AP team was pleased to host a panel presentation at the Media Industries Conference which took place at Kings College London between April 16th – 19th, 2024. Chaired by our project leader, Catherine Johnson, our panel presented initial findings into the ways in which platformisation is transforming the values underpinning PSM organisations, regulation/policy and…

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    Universality: A Battleground for UK Public Service Media in the Platform Age

    The public service media case in the UK is the subject of the first academic publication to come out of the PSM-AP work package 1 on Policy and Regulation. You can now read ‘Universality: A Battleground for UK Public Service Media in the Platform Age’ in The Political Quarterly (open access): https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/1467-923X.13342 The paper, co-authored…

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  • Italian policy brief: La transizione digitale del Servizio pubblico in Italia

    We are pleased to release our project’s Italian country-specific policy brief, which provides insights from our first year of research into public service media in Italy. The brief draws from our comparative analysis of seven media markets, providing observations and recommendations for the Italian case.

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  • Polish Policy Brief – Media publiczne w erze platform: Telewizja czy Platforma?

    We are pleased to release our project’s Polish country-specific policy brief, which provides insights from our first year of research into public service media in Poland. The brief draws from our comparative analysis of seven media markets, providing observations and recommendations for the Polish case.

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  • Belgian Policy Brief: Een online first publieke omroep als voorwaarde voor een toekomstbestendige publieke omroep?

    We are pleased to release our project’s Belgian country-specific policy brief, which provides insights from our first year of research into public service media in Belgium. The brief draws from our comparative analysis of seven media markets, providing observations and recommendations for the Belgian case.

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  • Danish policy brief: Fremtidssikrede public service-medier i Danmark?

    We are pleased to release our project’s Danish country-specific policy brief, which provides insights from our first year of research into public service media in Denmark. The brief draws from our comparative analysis of seven media markets, providing observations and recommendations for the Danish case.

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    UK Policy Brief: Future-Proofing the UK’s Public Service Media

    We are pleased to release our project’s first country-specific policy brief providing insights from our first year of research into public service media in the UK. The brief draws from our comparative analysis of seven media markets, providing observations and recommendations for the UK case.

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    Policy brief: Towards a Future-Proof Public Service Media? Lessons from a comparative analysis in seven media markets

    Our project’s first policy brief is now available on the SMIT website, or for viewing and download as a pdf below. The brief presents lessons learnt from a comparative analysis of seven media markets. We present findings on public service media and platforms based on analysis of media laws, broadcast contracts and licences, annual reports…

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