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Conference Public Service Media in a Small Country with a Global Culture

11 de outubro, 17h30, no auditório da FEUP

flyer Public Conference: Public Service Media in a Small Country with a Global Culture Venue: Central Auditorium of FEUP, Free entrance 17h30 - Welcome Note 17h40 Presentation by Eng. Beato Teixeira, Member of the Board of RTP 18h00 Presentation by Prof. Dr. Karen Donders *, Lecturer at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, iMinds-SMIT 18h20 Q&A starting panel: - José Lopes de Araújo, Director RTP - Júlio Magalhães, Director Porto Canal - Prof. Fernando Zamith, FLUP, U.Porto - Moderator: Prof. Dr. A. Pimenta Alves (FEUP, U.Porto/INESC Porto) 19h30 Drinks :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: On the same day, Prof. Dr. Karen Donders* will lead the following Workshop: Workshop From Public Service Broadcasting to Public Service Media: Avoiding Public Service 'Anything' Scenarios and Grasping 'Digital' Opportunities Venue: INESC Porto, Language: English 10h00 - From PSB to PSM: Main trends, challenges and opportunities Firstly, what does the evolution from public service broadcasting to public service media actually mean? Are public broadcasters indeed public service media providers and do they have a 'natural' claim to public service delivery in online markets? And how should governments regulate this? Are public value tests 'good' instruments in this regard? 12h30 - Lunch 13h30 - PSM will be networked or won't be: Models of collaboration Secondly, should public broadcasters cooperate more with other players in the public, but also commercial domain? Should and can one evolve to models of open collaboration? What are problems in terms of the public service remit, legal issues like anti-trust, efficiency, transparency, etc.? 15h00 - Coffee break 15h15 - Money matters: Main trends, challenges and opportunities regarding funding Thirdly, how (much) should governments fund public broadcasters? What have been trends around Europe in this regard? Is a fully publicly subsidized or license fee funded model to be preferred over dual funding? Is commercial communication the only conceivable form of commercial funding or are payments by the public in some circumstances acceptable as well? All sessions include a time slot for discussion :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Karen Donders* lectures in European media and information society policies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and is a guest lecturer at the Universiteit Antwerpen in Belgium. She is a senior researcher and project leader with the centre for Studies on Media Information and Telecommunication (SMIT). She specialises in European media policy, competition policy and its effects on the media sector, public service broadcasting and private television. She is author of Public Service Media and Policy in Europe (Palgrave, 2011), co-editor of Private Television in Western Europe (Palgrave, 2013) and of Rethinking European Media and Communications Policies (VUBpress, 2009) and has published widely in international journals including Convergence, Journal of Media Law, Journal of Electronic Governance and Info. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Divulgue os seus eventos e projetos através do e-mail: Saiba mais sobre os nossos serviços no site dos SICC.
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