Published February 2003
by M.E. Sharpe .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael P. McCauley (Editor), Eric E. Peterson (Editor), B. Lee Artz (Editor), Deedee Halleck (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
Covering everything from globalization and the rise of the Internet, to key issues such as race and class, to specific subjects such as advertising, public access, and grassroots radio, Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest provides a fresh and original look at a vital component of our mass : $ Making Money and Serving the Public Interest: Public Broadcasting Can and Should Do Both, Gary P. Poon; Part III. Global Perspectives; Introduction, Michael P. McCauley; The CBC and the Public Interest: Maintaining the Mission in an Era of Media Concentration, Ira Basen; Get this from a library! Public broadcasting and the public interest. [Michael P McCauley;] -- As federal funding for public broadcasting wanes and support from corporations and an elite group of viewers and listeners rises, public broadcasting's role as vox populi has come under threat. With. Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest is one of the most recent contributions to this long-standing quandary pertaining to the type of socio-political posturing best suited for contemporary PB. The book grew out of a June conference held at the University of Maine where some 26 scholars and media professionals convened to discuss the Author: Pierre Bélanger.
Books Broadcasting, Voice, and Accountability: A Public Interest Approach to Policy, Law, and. Public interest is national interest — they are interchangeable. But there are very subtle variances, certain issues which you may think are national interest issues concerning our foreign policy. (Ashok Jailkhani, Doordarshan, India) The concept of the public interest is Cited by: 1. The Public and Broadcasting Manual ((e)(8), (e)(7)) (retain most recent version indefinitely). This pamphlet, written by the Commission, is intended to explain in understandable terms the various aspects and purposes of broadcast service, the Commission’s regulation of it, broadcasters’ obligations, and how the public can. To give substance to the public interest standard, Congress has from time to time enacted its own requirements for what constitutes the public interest in broadcasting. But Congress also gave the FCC broad discretion to formulate and revise the meaning of broadcasters' public interest obligations as circumstances changed.
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