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|Title:||The Rise and fall and rise again of public broadcasting?: the case of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Citation:||Australian Journal of Public Administration, 2012; 71(1):55-64|
|Publisher:||Blackwell Publ Ltd|
|Narelle Miragliotta and Wayne Errington|
|Abstract:||The purported capacity of the digital age to solve the problem of market failure in the broadcasting sector was widely expected to further compromise the already fragile status of public service broadcasting in advanced democracies. The proliferation of niche media content made possible by convergence led to speculation that publicly funded broadcasters would be rendered redundant. However while public service broadcasting in Australia and in comparable states remains under financial pressure, many signs point to a renewed government commitment to the sector. Using the Australian Broadcasting Corporation as our case study we argue that the digital era has contributed to the renaissance of the sector in unexpected ways.|
|Keywords:||Australian Broadcasting Commission; public broadcasting; digitalisation|
|Rights:||© 2012 The Authors Australian Journal of Public Administration © 2012 National Council of the Institute of Public Administration Australia|
|Appears in Collections:||History publications|
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