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Beyond Ratings or Quality. Surpassing the Dilemma of Entertainment in Public Broadcasting
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Costera Meijer, Irene (2000a). Ideaal wordt werkelijkheid. De maatschappelijke kracht van reclame. Psychologie en Maatschappij, nr. 91. Jrg. 24, nr. 2, pp.176-187 Costera Meijer, I. & Reesink, Maarten (2000b). Reality Soap! Big Brother en de opkomst van het multimediaconcept. Amsterdam: Boom Costera Meijer, Irene (2001a) The public quality of popular journalism: developing a normative framework. Journalism Studies vol. 2, nr. 2,pp189-205 Costera Meijer, Irene (2001b) The colour of soap opera: an analysis of professional speech on the representation of ethnicity. European Journal of Cultural Studies vol. 4, nr. 2 pp 207-230 Costera Meijer, Irene (2002a), Publieke Kwaliteit en Amuserende Programma’s. De ontwikkeling van kwaliteitsvocabulaires voor publieke omroepen. Amsterdam: ASCoR Costera Meijer, Irene (2002b, in press) What Is Quality News Television? A Plea for Extending the Professional Repertoires of Newsmakers. Journalism Studies Dahlgren, Peter. (2000) Key Trends in European television. In Wieten, Jan. et al. Television Across Europe. A Comparative Introduction. London etc.: Sage p. 23-35 Dries, Josephine. & Woldt, Runar (February, 1996). The Role of Public Service Broadcasting in the Information Society. (Paper for the EBU conference ‘An information society for all’. Uitgave: European Institute for the Media Dyer, Richard (1992) Only Entertainment. London: Routledge. Fiske, J. (1989) Reading the popular. Boston: Unwin Hyman. Frith, Simon (2000) ’The Black Box: The value of Television and the Future of Television Research’. Screen 41(1): 33-50. Gans, Herbert J. (1999) Popular Culture & High Culture. New York: Basic Books. Gripsrud, Jostein (1995) The Dynasty Years. Hollywood Television and Citical Media Studies. New York, London: Routledge Gripsrud, Jostein (ed) (1999) Television and common knowledge. London and New York:Routledge Hartley, John (1999) Uses of Television. London: Routledge. Het Imago van de omroepen 2000. (2001) Vertrouwelijk rapport van de NOS Kijk- en luisteronderzoek. Hilversum. mei 2001 Hawkins, Guy (1999) ’’Public Service Broadcasting in Australia: Value and Difference’, pp. 173-187 in Calabrese, Andrew & Burgelman, Jean-Claude (ed.) Communication, Citizenship, and Social Policy. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Hermes, Joke (1998). Cultural citizenship and popular fiction. In: Kees Brants, Joke Hermes & Liesbet van Zoonen (Eds.). The Media in Question. Popular cultures and public interests. (pp. 157-167) London: Sage Hoek, Sietse van der (1991), Wie kijkt is gek. Over het drama dat televisie heet. Amsterdam: Prometheus. Hutcheon, Linda (1989) The Politics of Postmodernism. London, New York: Routledge Ishikawa, Sakae. (ed.) (1996), Quality assessment in programming. Luton: John Libbey Media.

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Costera Meijer, Irene (2000a). Ideaal wordt werkelijkheid. De maatschappelijke kracht van
reclame. Psychologie en Maatschappij, nr. 91. Jrg. 24, nr. 2, pp.176-187

Costera Meijer, I. & Reesink, Maarten (2000b). Reality Soap! Big Brother en de opkomst van
het multimediaconcept.
Amsterdam: Boom

Costera Meijer, Irene (2001a) The public quality of popular journalism: developing a
normative framework. Journalism Studies vol. 2, nr. 2,pp189-205

Costera Meijer, Irene (2001b) The colour of soap opera: an analysis of professional speech
on the representation of ethnicity. European Journal of Cultural Studies vol. 4, nr. 2 pp 207-
230

Costera Meijer, Irene (2002a), Publieke Kwaliteit en Amuserende Programma’s. De
ontwikkeling van kwaliteitsvocabulaires voor publieke omroepen.
Amsterdam: ASCoR

Costera Meijer, Irene (2002b, in press) What Is Quality News Television? A Plea for
Extending the Professional Repertoires of Newsmakers. Journalism Studies
Dahlgren, Peter. (2000) Key Trends in European television. In Wieten, Jan. et al. Television
Across Europe. A Comparative Introduction.
London etc.: Sage p. 23-35

Dries, Josephine. & Woldt, Runar (February, 1996). The Role of Public Service Broadcasting
in the Information Society. (Paper for the EBU conference ‘An information society for all’.
Uitgave: European Institute for the Media

Dyer, Richard (1992) Only Entertainment. London: Routledge.

Fiske, J. (1989) Reading the popular. Boston: Unwin Hyman.

Frith, Simon (2000) ’The Black Box: The value of Television and the Future of Television
Research’. Screen 41(1): 33-50.

Gans, Herbert J. (1999) Popular Culture & High Culture. New York: Basic Books.

Gripsrud, Jostein (1995) The Dynasty Years. Hollywood Television and Citical Media Studies.
New York, London: Routledge

Gripsrud, Jostein (ed) (1999) Television and common knowledge. London and New
York:Routledge

Hartley, John (1999) Uses of Television. London: Routledge.
Het Imago van de omroepen 2000. (2001) Vertrouwelijk rapport van de NOS Kijk- en
luisteronderzoek. Hilversum. mei 2001

Hawkins, Guy (1999) ’’Public Service Broadcasting in Australia: Value and Difference’, pp.
173-187 in Calabrese, Andrew & Burgelman, Jean-Claude (ed.) Communication, Citizenship,
and Social Policy
. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Hermes, Joke (1998). Cultural citizenship and popular fiction. In: Kees Brants, Joke Hermes &
Liesbet van Zoonen (Eds.). The Media in Question. Popular cultures and public interests. (pp.
157-167) London: Sage

Hoek, Sietse van der (1991), Wie kijkt is gek. Over het drama dat televisie heet. Amsterdam:
Prometheus.

Hutcheon, Linda (1989) The Politics of Postmodernism. London, New York: Routledge

Ishikawa, Sakae. (ed.) (1996), Quality assessment in programming. Luton: John Libbey
Media.


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