Volume 3, No 1 (4) Spring 2010

PUBLIC SERVICE MEDIA ON THE BALTIC: THE ROLE OF THE STATE
IN CENTRAL AND NORTHERN EUROPEAN MEDIA SYSTEMS

Editor: Michał Głowacki
Guest Editor: Lars Nord

Table of contents:

Editors’ introduction: Public service media in Central and Northern Europe. Does the state still matter? (Lars Nord and Michał Głowacki)

Past, present and future of public service broadcasting in Germany (Olexiy Khabyuk)

Russian TV market: Between state supervision, commercial logic and similacrum of public service (Ilya Kiriya and Elena Degtereva)

Agency, Awakening and the Audiovisual: Developments in Late-Soviet Latvian broadcasting (Sergei Kruk and Janis Chakars)

Public service broadcasting in Latvia: Old images, new user needs and market pressure (Inta Brikše)

Mission (im)possible. The case of Lithuanian public service broadcasting (Žygintas Pečiulis)

Duality of Estonian public service media in reflection of the world and positioning society (Maarja Lohmus, Helle Tiikmaa, Andres Joesaar)

Danish public service broadcasting in transition: From a monopoly to a digital media environment – a shift in paradigms (Poul Erik Nielsen)

Multimedia development of PSBs: A challenge for the Nordic media systems (Johann Roppen, Anker Brink Lund and Lars Nord)

What will be the future for local broadcasting in Norway? (Ilona Biernacka-Ligięza)

Public frames for public service broadcasting in Sweden (Christina Jutterström)

Public service media fee to substitute television fee in Finland? (Taisto Hujanen)

 
Referees: Maciej Mrozowski – University of Warsaw (Poland) and Epp Lauk – University of Jyväskylä (Finland)
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