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Tag Archives: Public
Feb 13 2013
Public Service Media like the rest of the industry is facing a tough time across Europe. In the Netherlands the government has ordered a wholesale restructuring as well as deep budget reductions. It’s a moment for the NPO to think … Continue reading
Posted by: February 13, 2013
Oct 26 2012
Pollster Ben Page thinks there’s a big lie out there: “nobody believes anybody anymore, the media are evil, and market researchers are evil and can’t predict anything.” In his LSE lecture as part of the Polis Media Agenda Talk series … Continue reading
Posted by: October 26, 2012
Oct 7 2011
I was chair of the World Economic Forum’s council on Informed Societies last year. We meet again this month with a new chair, Chan YuenYing. We will be discussing how to find ways to put into practice our Charter For … Continue reading
Posted by: October 7, 2011