The new RIPE@2021 “Public Service Media’s Contribution to Society“, edited by Manuel Puppis and Christopher Ali was published by the longtime partner NORDICOM. Please read the abstract for full details: Public Service Media (PSM) across Europe and beyond are increasingly under pressure, with both their role in a digital environment and their funding widely scrutinised.…Continue readingRIPE@2021 Book published
Finally, after 4 years since our last face-to-face gathering in Madrid and one year since the delayed virtual conference in Geneva, the RIPE@2022 conference was finally back! This 11th RIPE Conference, “Between the Fourth Estate and the Fifth Power. Conservation and Innovation in Public Service Media Journalism“, was hosted by the University of Vienna and…Continue readingNotes on RIPE@2022… and looking forward to 2024!
One of the key events of the RIPE@2022 Conference in Vienna was the keynote of Marius Dragomir and Phil Napoli on the state of independent journalism. We had the chance to chat with them about their current projects and their relation to PSM research. Marius Dragormir is the director of the Center for Media, Data and…Continue readingA conversation with Philip Napoli and Marius Dragomir
Between the Fourth Estate and the Fifth Power. Conservation and Innovation in PSM Journalism (18 – 21 September 2022). Papers for the RIPE@2022 Conference can still be submitted after the deadline was extended until the 4th April 2022.Continue readingRIPE@2022 Vienna – CfP Deadline extended
The organisers of this year’s RIPE Conference have been working hard to provide the best space for the exchange of ideas that will take place this September in Vienna. Fritz Hausjell, Deputy Director of the Department of Communication at the University of Vienna, believes that RIPE@2022 will be the perfect opportunity to get to know…Continue readingVienna calling!