This book provides a global overview of the challenges and opportunities faced by Public Service Media (PSM) organizations, including the increasing power of digital platforms, changing consumption habits, and reforms on funding models. In order to survive in the new, transforming media ecosystem, PSM organizations need to retain their core values whilst also embracing new values stemming from society’s increasingly complex communication needs and value systems. The contributions of 40 authors from three continents are grouped into three areas in which PSM organizations can create value: innovation, governance and relation to the market, and democratic reinforcement. The book illustrates how PSM can create value for different stakeholders, in different contexts, and through different methods. Contributing to a better understanding of the role of PSM in current media systems, PSM is shown as a key agent for the development of the public sphere and democratic societies.
Part I Introduction
1 Introduction. The Values of Public Service Media in the Internet Society
2 Public Service Broadcasting and Democracy: Main Research Topics and Suggestions for the Future
Part II Innovation Strategies3 Public Service Media in the Age of Platformization of Culture and Society
4 Can Automated Strategies Work for PSM in a Network Society? Engaging Digital Intermediation for Informed Citizenry
5 Are Public Service Media Necessary in the Transmedia Era?
6 Public Service Media and Blockchain Technology: First Thoughts
7 Analysis of the Quality of the Websites of Regional Public Television Networks in the European Union: Comparative Study Between Spain, Germany, and Belgium
Part III Governance and Regulation
8 The Governance of Public Service Media for the Internet Society
9 Canadian Communication Policies in the Post-Netflix Era
10 Public Service Media Interventions: Risk and the Market11 Media and the Internet Access Providers in an Era of Convergence
Part IV Democratic Reinforcement
12 Media Capture and Its Contexts: Developing a Comparative Framework for Public Service Media
13 The Challenge of Media and Information Literacy for Public Service Media14 Electoral Debates in Television and Democratic Quality: Value Indicators
15 Trends on the Relationship Between Public Service Media Organizations and Their Audiences
16 State Media and Digital Citizenship in Latin America: Is There a Place for the Weak?
Miguel Túñez-López is Professor at the Department of the Communication Sciences of the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Francisco Campos-Freire is Professor of Journalism in the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Marta Rodríguez-Castro is a PhD candidate at the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
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