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    A symposium on the future of public broadcasting in the UK


    by Sunny
    8th June, 2010 at 4:49 pm    

    A symposium has been organised by openDemocracy and hosted by City University’s Department of Journalism this week on Thursday.

    …chaired by Steve Hewlett, presenter of Radio 4’s The Media Show, and hosted by City University’s Department of Journalism. The symposium embraces the current consultation on the BBC’s Strategy Review in asking a broader question: what is the future for pluralism in the supply of public service content in the UK?

    The symposium is the physical culmination of the online Public Service Broadcasting Forum, an editorial series and online discussion board. Launched on 29 March by Frank Field MP on the openDemocracy website, the Forum aims to debate the status, health and future of public service broadcasting in parallel with the public consultation period of Putting Quality First, the BBC’s formal Strategy Review

    I’ll be speaking at the event later in the day. More info here.
    (Readers can get in for £15 if they want to attend)

    How do you think public service content should be funded in the future?


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    1. sunny hundal

      Blog post:: A symposium on the future of public broadcasting in the UK http://bit.ly/c3ibbU


    2. GuyAitchison

      RT @sunny_hundal: Blog post:: A symposium on the future of public broadcasting in the UK http://bit.ly/c3ibbU




    1. XXX — on 8th June, 2010 at 5:34 pm  

      “How do you think public service content should be funded in the future?”

      what do YOU think? You’re the one being paid to speak.

    2. Sunny — on 8th June, 2010 at 7:47 pm  

      Not being paid unfortunately. But I do have an idea of what I’m going to say

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