Public service broadcasting in a digital world
This project explores the rationale, economics, and position of public service broadcasters resulting from the advent of digital television and the proliferation of new domestic and global channels. Research and debate in the project have focused on the economics of broadcasting, whether there is still a necessity for public television, and what television markets would be like absent public broadcasting.
Project director: Robert G. Picard
Project end date: March 2014
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