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Editors: Heather S. Quinn
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This book explores community information needs in a broadband media age. In most ways today's media landscape is more vibrant than ever, offering faster and cheaper distribution networks, fewer barriers to entry, and more ways to consume information. Choice abounds. Local TV stations, newspapers and a flood of innovative web start-ups are now using a dazzling array of digital tools to improve the way they gather and disseminate the news, not just nationally or internationally, but block by block. The digital tools that have helped topple governments abroad are providing Americans powerful new ways to consume, share and even report the news. Yet, in part because of the digital revolution, serious problems have arisen, as well. This is likely to lead to the kinds of problems, that are, not surprisingly, associated with a lack of accountability, more government waste, more local corruption, less effective schools, and other serious community problems. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents:
Preface

FCC Working Group Report: The Information Needs of Communities;pp. 1-3

Prepared Remarks of Chairman Julius Genachowski, Federal Communications Commission, "Information Needs of Communities";pp. 5-10

Statement of Commissioner Michael J. Copps, "The Technology and Information Needs of Communities";pp. 11-15

Statement of Commissioner Michael J. Copps, "Public Interest in the Digital Era";pp. 17-19

Statement of Professor Angela L. Campbell, "Future of Media and the Information Needs of Communities: Serving the Public Interest in the Digital Era";pp. 21-24

Statement of Barbara S. Cochran, President Emeritus, Radio Television Digital News Association;pp. 25-28

Statement of Henry Geller;pp. 29-38

Testimony of Ben Scott, Free Press;pp. 39-42

Radio and Public Interest;pp. 43-47
(Eric Klinenberg, Professor Sociology, New York University)

Testimony of Jane E. Mago, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, National Association of Broadcasters, "Future of Media & Information Needs of Communities: Serving the Public Interest in the Digital Era Workshop";pp. 49-54

Statement of Tom Rosenstiel, Director of The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism;pp. 55-58

Statement of Paul Starr;pp. 59-63
(Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, New Jersey,USA)

Testimony of Jerald N. Fritz, Senior Vice President, Legal and Strategic Affairs, Allbritton Communications Company, Arlington, Virginia;pp. 65-68

Statement of Andrew Jay Schwartzman, Media Access Project;pp. 69-72

Testimony of Adam D. Thierer, President, The Progress & Freedom Foundation;pp. 73-84

Statement of Michael Copps, FCC Commissioner, at the Non-Commercial/Public Media Workshop;pp. 85-87

Remarks of Craig Parshall, Senior Vice-President and General Counsel of National Religious Broadcasters;pp. 89-93

Statement of David Fanning, Executive Producer of the PBS Series, Frontline, "Public and Other Noncommercial Media in the Digital Age";pp. 95-97

Statement of James O'Shea, Editor and Co-Founder, Chicago New Cooperative;pp. 99-101

Statement of Jose Luis Rodriguez, Founder and CEO, Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network (HITN), FCC Future of Media Workshop: Public and Other Noncommercial Media in the Digital Era";pp. 103-106

Statement of Nan Rubin, Board Chair, Prometheus Radio Project, "New Platforms, Approaches, and Structures";pp. 107-109

PBS in the Digital Era: Serving the Public, Innovating on their Behalf;pp. 111-113
(Paula A. Kerger, PBS President and CEO)

Statement of Randolph J. May, President, The Free State Foundation;pp. 115-118

Statement of Rod Bates, General Manager of the Nebraska Educational Telecommunications Network;pp. 119-121

Statement of Susan Harmon, Managing Director of Public Radio Capital;pp. 123-125

Statement of Terry Clifford, Co-CEO, Station Resource Group;pp. 127-130

Statement of Vivian Schiller, NPR President & CEO;pp. 131-133

Testimony of William H. Kling, CEO, American Public Media;pp. 135-147

Index
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ACCOMPANYING DVD TOC:

Preface

The Information Needs of Communities: The Changing Media Landscape in a Broadband Age
(Steven Waldman, Working Group on Information Needs of Communities)

Index

   Series:
      Media and Communications - Technologies, Policies and Challenges
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012-March
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - G)157pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61470-953-4
   Status: AV
  
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