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Local radio in the public interest
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Radio and the Public Interest. Eric Klinenberg. Professor of Sociology. New York University. [email protected] The idea that broadcasters should be legally obligated to act in the “public interest, convenience, and necessity” became part of U.S.
media policy in the Radio Act ofand was. COMMUNITY RADIO, PUBLIC INTEREST: THE LOW POWER FM SERVICE AND 21 st CENTURY MEDIA POLICY SEPTEMBER MARGO L.
ROBB, B.A., UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – MADISON M.A., UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST Directed by: Professor Mari Castañeda The introduction of the Low Power FM (LPFM) service by the Federal CommunicationsFile Size: KB.
THE PUBLIC AND BROADCASTING: How to Get the Most Service from Your Local Station August Prepared by: The Media Bureau Federal Communications Commission Washington, D.C.
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During the late s, scandals involving rigged quiz shows and radio "payola" -- paying of bribes for radio airplay of certain songs -- shook public confidence in broadcasting.(27) The FCC decided that it was an appropriate moment to clarify the meaning of the public interest standard once again and to articulate guidelines for programming.
NPR delivers breaking national and world news. Also top stories from business, politics, health, science, technology, music, arts and culture. Subscribe to podcasts and RSS feeds. Two of the four programming requirements cited by the Blue Book in were "local live programs" and "programming devoted to discussion of local public issues." The Program Policy Statement gave a similar emphasis, citing "opportunity for local self-expression" and "the development and use of local talent" as the first two of fourteen.
Fresh Air For Michael Arceneaux On Student Loan Debt Hear the Fresh Air program for In broadcasting, a wide array of definitions of the public interest have been used, ranging from this classic statement from CBS executive Frank Stanton: “A program in which a large Page 7 part of the audience is interested is by that very fact in the public interest” (cited in Friendly, p.
), to this rather more elaborate example from Australian regulator Gareth Grainger Cited by: into the issue of the public interest obligations of broadcasters. The Fairness Doctrine The roots of the Fairness Doctrine go back to the Federal Radio Commission’s Great Lakes Broadcasting decision, which denied licenses to a labor union-controlled radio station, on File Size: KB.
Public broadcasting involves radio, television and other electronic-[[yum. E media|media]] outlets whose primary mission is public many countries of the world, funding comes from governments, especially via annual fees charged on receivers. In the United States, public broadcasters may receive some funding from both federal and state sources, but generally most of their financial.
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As discussed earlier, we expect station licensees to be aware of the important problems and issues facing their local communities and to foster public understanding by presenting programming that relates to.
Commercial broadcasting (also called private broadcasting) is the broadcasting of television programs and radio programming by privately owned corporate media, as opposed to state was the United States′ first model of radio (and later television) during the s, in contrast with the public television model in Europe during the s, s and s, which prevailed.
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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.
These are “Local Business or Place”, “Company, Organization or Institution”, “Brand or Product”, “Artist, Band or Public Figure”, “Entertainment”, and “Cause or Community”.
While it may seem simple to just pick the category that best fits your brand, that’s just the beginning of the story. The FCC’s newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule.
An analysis. There are synergies between broadcast television and newspaper ownership that are not in the public interest.
A local television station owned by a newspaper can simply televise a summary of the paper’s content, offering no benefits to the consumer, yet it will still be.
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State and local levels throughout the United States. This 5/5(1). Directory of public radio stations with streaming audio, featuring a program schedule database for hundreds of public radio stations.
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-The first American book printing press-The first book store-The first American publishing house. "public convenience, interest, or necessity" The _____ department of a local TV station manages the programs the station makes in-house and also produces local commercials. The _____ department integrates the advertising with the.
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The report later rejects a “public interest defence” for disclosure, claiming “it is difficult to distinguish the public interest from similar concepts, such as the national interest”. The. RBR News AnalysisWhat about the public interest?The battle lines have been drawn for the latest attempt by the FCC to reform its media ownership limits.
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T he "public interest" is a phrase that has been deployed regularly at the Leveson inquiry, both in attack and meaning has rather lost shape in that it has become a get-out-of-jail.
Public broadcasting — or "public media," as it prefers to be called in the digital era — was not originally conceived primarily to be a provider of journalism, but it has, especially through local public radio, already begun to move sharply in that direction, as local stations.
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The good news is this is easy to fix. Making the permitting process affordable, streamlined, and accountable is in the best interest of the consumer, environment, and community.
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