Advocating for Public Service Media: Scholarship and Praxis

A Special Issue by Alessandro D'Arma, Minna Horowitz and Yik Chan Chin, published by Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture

This new special issue of  Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture  features 10 research papers and commentaries addressing questions around advocacy efforts for public media projects, organizations and systems around the world. Among the contributors are CAMRI researchers Naomi Sakr, Winston Mano and Maria Michalis, as well as Alessandro D’Arma, who also edited the issue along with Minna Aslama Horowitz and Yik Chan Chin.

You can read the full issue here:

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

 

Advocating for public service media: Scholarship and praxis
Minna Aslama Horowitz, Alessandro D’Arma and Yik Chan Chin

Civil society coalitions as pathways to PSB reform in Southern Africa
Winston Mano and viola c. milton

Civic advocacy for public service media? The case of Switzerland and its current rise in media policy activism
Corinne Schweizer

Assessing the role of global media assistance in promoting public service broadcasting in Indonesia
Masduki

Community media in the United States: Fostering pluralism and inclusivity in challenging times
Michael W. Huntsberger

Not public service broadcaster but public service roles: A political history of state-broadcasting in Bangladesh
Anis Rahman

Mission impossible? Research praxis and activist interventions in New Zealand media policy
Peter A. Thompson

The RIPE initiative: Looking back and going forward
Gregory Ferrell Lowe

Public service media, an overview: Reflecting on news and trends
Sally-Ann Wilson

Why advocate for public service media? Perspectives from organizations for media development
Minna Aslama Horowitz, Alessandro D’Arma and Maria Michalis

Growing PSM organically: International initiatives to support national conversations in new contexts
Naomi Sakr

 


Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture recognizes the interdisciplinary nature of the fields of media, communication and cultural studies. We therefore encourage diverse themes, subjects, contexts and approaches: empirical, theoretical and historical. Our objective is to engage readers and contributors from different parts of the world in a critical debate on the myriad interconnections and interactions between communication, culture and society at the outset of the twenty-first century.

Interactions is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that aims to encourage the development of the widest possible scholarly community, both in terms of geographical location and intellectual scope in the fields of media, communication and cultural studies. We publish leading articles from both established scholars and those at the beginning of their academic careers.

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Alessandro D'Arma

About

I joined CAMRI in 2007 and I am currently a Senior Lecturer. Before moving into academia, I worked as a media industry analyst for media consultancy firms. I have a PhD in communications policy.

Main areas of research expertise: media policy and regulation, especially European broadcasting and audiovisual policy; analysis of media, cultural and digital industries; Italian media and politics; political economy of children’s media. I am on the editorial board of the journal ‘Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture’.

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Date
17 August 2020
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