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What rings true is the public wants to enjoy great Irish stories and watch quality programming with strong public service content.
These fifteen essays examine how challenges to media management evolve, given recent technological changes, and they cover the changing mediascape, facing old and new challenges, repositioning the view of the public toward the media, remixing perceptions of public media, managing uncertainty, the mobile Internet and new policy models, stakeholder management and cross-sourcing, looking for a model of operations for the digital era, providing a truly public service, Bulgaria and the media of the real world, finding funding models for online news, preconceptions of the audience, Europe's approach to governance, new skills in public service content production, managing spontaneity, participation at the BBC, and how participation platforms operate.
Today's announcement ensures UTV can plan ahead to invest in high quality public service content and in further technology to enable our content teams to deliver our programming on an ever increasing number of platforms.
Drawing on his journalism background and his experience in radio and print media, Boland designed the news and public affairs initiative with three components: refreshing the PBS television line-up with new and redesigned programs like the new PBS NewsHour and the recently announced Need To Know Web-TV project; establishing an online news "supervertical" to aggregate content from public radio, TV, and other public service content providers; and an NPR-PBS partnership to support local public radio and television stations in providing news services for their communities.
Over and above the projects above, MDA funds about 4,000 hours of public service content ranging from current affairs to drama, sports and children's programming.
In Putting Viewers First, Ofcom said the key was not to prop up Channel 4 for its own sake but to ensure there was a viable institution apart from the BBC that would provide public service content the market would not.
The report provisionally concluded the BBC should remain the "cornerstone" of public service content and its core programme and services budget should be secure.
We'll talk about classified strategies another time, but right now we want to direct your attention to the thing we're afraid is getting overlooked -- the news and public service content of your web site.