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
Eleonora Maria Mazzoli has a background in media management and economics, governance, media and digital policy. Holding a BA from Bocconi University in Management and Economics for Arts Cultural and Communication, a RMA from Utrecht University in Media and Performance Studies, she is currently based in the UK, as ESRC-funded PhD researcher at the Media…Continue readingEleonora Mazzoli
This spring we started a new series of webinars within the IAPMR@Dialogues, this time dedicated to getting to know and seize collaboration strategies with our Partners at Work. Florence Hartmann, Head of the Media Intelligence Service of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) was the first guest speaker in the webinar “EBU: Research foci and opportunities…Continue reading(Re-)Watch Florence Hartmann in our webinar series Partners at Work
This spring the IAPMR will give voice to our partners at work. In this season’s first webinar, Dr. Florence Hartmann (Head of the EBU Media Intelligence Service) will offer an overview of her team’s recent research activity and share with the community of PSM researchers what she sees as the most pressing issues for PSM…Continue readingEBU: Research foci and opportunities for academic collaboration
In each issue of our newsletters, the research round up will draw the focus to a specific topic that can resonate among PSM scholars and practitioners. In this first issue, we highlight three contributions dealing with different aspects of PSM funding, its legitimacy and its influence on independence. Timothy Neff & Victor Pickard | International…Continue readingPSM Funding
Dominik Speck is Research Assistant at the Institut für Journalistik of the Technische Universität Dortmund, where he is developing his PhD on the topic of transparency of public service media organizations in four European countries. He is also a former Visiting Researcher at the Media Intelligence Service of the European Broadcasting Union. Dominik was awarded…Continue readingDominik Speck
Dr. Gregory Ferrell Lowe is professor in residence at the Northwestern University in Qatar, where he is also the Director of the Communication Program. Besides his broad academic experience in Tampere University, he has also worked as a Senior Advisor for Strategy and Corporate Development at the Finnish national broadcasting company, Ylesradio (Yle). During this…Continue readingGregory Lowe
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
IAPRM has joined over 100 undersigned organisations to stands in solidarity with the people of Ukrainian but particularly Ukrainian journalists who now find themselves at the frontlines of a large-scale European war.Continue readingStatement of Support for Ukraine
The Public Service Media and Public Service Internet Manifesto is a result of the online discussion and consultation of the #InnoPSM project. Over 1200 persons already signed – join them. Continue readingSign the Public Service Media and Public Service Internet Manifesto!
Join the online conference on “The Future of Public Service Media” including Maria Michalis (Co-President IAPMR) on “The digital transformation of PSB and implications for governance”Continue readingOnline Conference: The Future of Public Service Media