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Beyond Ratings or Quality. Surpassing the Dilemma of Entertainment in Public Broadcasting
Unformatted Document Text:  24 Literature Albers, R. (1996). Quality in programming from the perspective of the professional programme maker. In S. Ishikawa, Quality assessment in programming. (pp. 101-144). Luton: University of Luton Press. Ang, I. (1991). Desperately seeking the audience. London: Routledge. Aslama, Minna. Hellman, Heikki & Sauri, Tuomo. Turn on Diversity: Finnish television Programming in the Age of Convergence. Unpublished paper presented at RIPE@2002 Conference on Broadcasting and Convergence. Helsinki, Tampere, 16-19 January Bardoel, J. & Knulst W. (1994). Een beetje klasse kan geen kwaad: beschouwing bij tien jaar touwtrekken om de culturele taken van de omroep. In: F. Raaij et al. (red.). Communicatie en informatie: een stand van zaken. (p 236-264). Houten: Bohn Bardoel, Jo, Brants, Kees, & Noort, Lodewijk van, (2002). Coming Out. Public Broadcasters in search of their responsibility. Unpublished paper presented at RIPE@2002 Conference on Broadcasting and Convergence. Helsinki, Tampere, 16-19 January Barker, Chris (1999) Television, Globalization and Cultural Identities. Buckingham: Open University Press. Blumler, J.G. , Brylin, M. & Nossiter, T.J. (1986) Broadcasting Finance and programme Quality: An International review. European Journal of Communication vol. 1. p. 343-364 Born, Georgina. (2000) Inside television: television studies and the sociology of culture. Screen 41, nr. 4 p. 404-424 Born, Georgina & Prosser, Tony. (2001). Culture and Consumerism: Citizenship, Public Service Broadcasting and the BBC’s Fair Trading Obligations. The Modern Law Review Limited, vol. 64, nr. 5 p. 657-687 Brants, Kees & De Bens, Els. (2000) The Status of TV Broadcasting in Europe. In Wieten, Jan. et al. (2000). Television Across Europe. A Comparative Introduction. London etc.: Sage p. 7-23. Broadcasting Research Unit (1989). Quality in Television. Programmes, programme- makers, systems. Londen: John Libbey & Company Ltd. Brunsdon, Charlotte (1990). ’’Problems with Quality’. Screen 31(1): 67-90. Brunsdon, Charlotte; Johnson, Catherine; Moseley Rachel & Wheatly, Helen (2001). Factual entertainment on British television. European Journal of Cultural Studies volume 4, nr.1, 29 - 62. Buckingham, David (2000). The making of citizens: young people, news and politics. London: Routledge Buscombe, Edward (ed) 2000; British Television. A Reader. Oxford: Clarendon Press Commissie Ververs (1996) Terug naar het publiek. Rapport van de Commissie Publieke Omroep.Hilversum: NOS Cooper-Chen, A. (1994). Games in the global village: A 50-Nation Study of Entertainment Television. Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University Popular Press Corner, John (1999). Critical Ideas in Television Studies. Oxford: Clarendon Press

Authors: Meijer, Irene.
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Literature
Albers, R. (1996). Quality in programming from the perspective of the professional
programme maker. In S. Ishikawa, Quality assessment in programming. (pp. 101-144). Luton:
University of Luton Press.

Ang, I. (1991). Desperately seeking the audience. London: Routledge.
Aslama, Minna. Hellman, Heikki & Sauri, Tuomo. Turn on Diversity: Finnish television
Programming in the Age of Convergence.
Unpublished paper presented at
RIPE@2002
Conference on Broadcasting and Convergence. Helsinki, Tampere, 16-19 January

Bardoel, J. & Knulst W. (1994). Een beetje klasse kan geen kwaad: beschouwing bij tien jaar
touwtrekken om de culturele taken van de omroep. In: F. Raaij et al. (red.). Communicatie en
informatie: een stand van zaken. (p 236-264). Houten: Bohn

Bardoel, Jo, Brants, Kees, & Noort, Lodewijk van, (2002). Coming Out. Public Broadcasters in
search of their responsibility.
Unpublished paper presented at
RIPE@2002
Conference on
Broadcasting and Convergence. Helsinki, Tampere, 16-19 January

Barker, Chris (1999) Television, Globalization and Cultural Identities. Buckingham: Open
University Press.

Blumler, J.G. , Brylin, M. & Nossiter, T.J. (1986) Broadcasting Finance and programme
Quality: An International review. European Journal of Communication vol. 1. p. 343-364

Born, Georgina. (2000) Inside television: television studies and the sociology of culture.
Screen 41, nr. 4 p. 404-424

Born, Georgina & Prosser, Tony. (2001). Culture and Consumerism: Citizenship, Public
Service Broadcasting and the BBC’s Fair Trading Obligations. The Modern Law Review
Limited, vol. 64
, nr. 5 p. 657-687

Brants, Kees & De Bens, Els. (2000) The Status of TV Broadcasting in Europe. In Wieten,
Jan. et al. (2000). Television Across Europe. A Comparative Introduction. London etc.: Sage
p. 7-23.

Broadcasting Research Unit (1989). Quality in Television. Programmes, programme- makers,
systems
. Londen: John Libbey & Company Ltd.

Brunsdon, Charlotte (1990). ’’Problems with Quality’. Screen 31(1): 67-90.

Brunsdon, Charlotte; Johnson, Catherine; Moseley Rachel & Wheatly, Helen (2001). Factual
entertainment on British television. European Journal of Cultural Studies volume 4, nr.1, 29 -
62.

Buckingham, David (2000). The making of citizens: young people, news and politics. London:
Routledge

Buscombe, Edward (ed) 2000; British Television. A Reader. Oxford: Clarendon Press
Commissie Ververs (1996) Terug naar het publiek. Rapport van de Commissie Publieke
Omroep.Hilversum: NOS
Cooper-Chen, A. (1994). Games in the global village: A 50-Nation Study of Entertainment
Television
. Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University Popular Press

Corner, John (1999). Critical Ideas in Television Studies. Oxford: Clarendon Press


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