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Media Policy for the Digital Age

Media Policy for the Digital Age
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Traditionally, the Netherlands has enjoyed being a test market for ideas in the media. But over the last decade, progress has been hampered by lengthy discussions on the future structure of just one sector, public broadcasting via radio and television. This narrow approach yielded little in the way of definitive policymaking. In a 2005 report to the Dutch government, the Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR) argued for different approaches. This English-language summary provides an insight into the issues and solutions at stake. The recommendations are much broader than just broadcasting as they tackle the challenges of making robust policy from new angles. Instead of trying to repair the old compass, the approach has been to find new navigation instruments to help policymakers negotiate the stormy waters ahead.
Amsterdam University Press; January 2005
88 pages; ISBN 9789048520176
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