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PSB & A EUROPEAN REVIEW

06.12.2019
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PSB & A EUROPEAN REVIEW

Inthe UK, Ofcom's 2004 Review entitled Is Television Special? has opened up the debate on whether the existing Public Service Broadcasters (BBC, ITV1, Channel 4 and S4C in Wales, Five) are delivering the range and breadth of programming and audience needs that constitute public service broadcasting (PSB), and how PSB is to be delivered in the future.

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By Petros losifidis, City University, London (survey specially written for Intermedia)
Inthe UK, Ofcom's 2004 Review entitled Is Television Special? has opened up the debate on whether the existing Public Service Broadcasters (BBC, ITV1, Channel 4 and S4C in Wales, Five) are delivering the range and breadth of programming and audience needs that constitute public service broadcasting (PSB), and how PSB is to be delivered in the future. 1\ acknowledges that Public Service Broadcasting has both a consumer and a citizenship dimension and it is concerned that digital switchover and increased channel competition may result in an overall decrease of programming plurality and original production.

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 36, Issue 1
Issue Date:
February 2008
Region:
Europe

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