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Dear all,


VIEW Journal of European Television and History is excited to announce that
its latest Issue on Public Service Broadcasting in the Digital Age is now
available online!


In the light of the double challenge of commercialization, digitization,
and other recent technological, political and economic developments, this
special issue proposes a reexamination of the role, definition and survival
of traditional public service broadcasters.


You can find the table of contents below or go to the issue here >>
https://viewjournal.eu/20/volume/8/issue/16/


Additionally, the editorial board wish to acknowledge and extend heartfelt
thanks to all authors and our peer reviewers for their valuable and
voluntary contributions to the journal and the field at large.

Issue #16:  Public Service Broadcasting in the Digital Age

*Co-edited by Jérôme Bourdon, Mette Charis Buchman and Peter B. Kaufman*


Traditional public service broadcasters, ideally designed to serve citizens
rather than consumers to inform the national conversations in well-informed
democracies, face the double challenge of commercialization (since the
1980s) and digitization (since the 1990s). The question of their survival
in this context has been posed again and again. The need for a redefinition
seems inevitable.


Editorial


Public Service Broadcasting in the Digital Age - Jérôme Bourdon, Mette
Buchman, Peter B. Kaufman

http://bit.ly/2FsnWag


Discoveries



   -

   Who’s Afraid of the Past: The Role of Archives in Shaping the Future of
   PSBs - Olga Kolokytha, Izabela Korbiel, Krisztina Rozgonyi, Katharine
   Sarikakis >> http://bit.ly/300lyRJ
   -

   Public Broadcasting Footage in the Commons: A Practitioners’
Statement - Jesse
   de Vos, Maarten Brinkerink, GertJan Kuiper >> http://bit.ly/2ZUvhZF
   -

   The Hidden Jewel in Public Service Broadcasting - Louise Broch >>
   http://bit.ly/37GDaF2
   -

   Audience Participation in PSM from a Media-centric to a Society-centric
   Approach: The Monitor as a Best Practice of the Dutch Public Broadcaster
   NPO  - Anne-Sofie Vanhaeght >> http://bit.ly/2tC78eh
   -

   Informed & Educated: When Public Service Radio Learns from the
   Commercial Radio Sector  Daithí McMahon  >> http://bit.ly/2QPblTV


Explorations

   -

   Digital First! Reinventing Israeli PSB and Manufacturing Legitimacy
   Online  - Oranit Klein Shagrir >> http://bit.ly/2QtfSMR
   -

   Translating PSM Policy into Production Practices: Studying Newsroom
   Management Strategies towards Audience Engagement  - Marleen te Walvaart
   >> http://bit.ly/2FliQg6
   -

   German Public Television, Social Media and Audience Engagement - Sven
   Stollfuß >> http://bit.ly/2SWjmct
   -

   Producing Online Youth Fiction in a Nordic Public Service Context - Mads
   Møller Andersen, Vilde Schanke Sundet >>   http://bit.ly/39KIKYM
   <http://bit.ly/39KIKYM>




VIEW is an open-access e-journal dedicated to sharing research on European
Television History and Culture. VIEW is published by the Netherlands
Institute for Sound and Vision and supported by the EUscreen Network.

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VIEW Journal team



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