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Challenge of the Public Service Broadcasting to New Media Era: The Case of Korean Broadcasting System (KBS)

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As new media technologies have come into the marketplace of broadcasting, the broadcasting environment has become more tremendously competitive than ever. With the increased number of channels that digital television provides, it can be difficult for a public service broadcaster to survive amongst media systems which are commercialized in many countries around the world. Based on the case study of the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), this study articulates the legitimacy of public service broadcasting in the new media age. The question of whether public broadcasting should be sustained and protected is at the heart of current media policy debates in Korea. With some examples of public broadcasting systems in European countries, this study examines the current status of Korean broadcasting policy for the KBS and suggests recommendations of new regulatory frames to accommodate the public broadcaster, KBS with the new digital broadcasting era.

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Park, Namsu. "Challenge of the Public Service Broadcasting to New Media Era: The Case of Korean Broadcasting System (KBS)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, TBA, San Francisco, CA, May 24, 2007 <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p171359_index.html>

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Park, N. , 2007-05-24 "Challenge of the Public Service Broadcasting to New Media Era: The Case of Korean Broadcasting System (KBS)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, TBA, San Francisco, CA Online <PDF>. 2013-12-15 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p171359_index.html

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Abstract: As new media technologies have come into the marketplace of broadcasting, the broadcasting environment has become more tremendously competitive than ever. With the increased number of channels that digital television provides, it can be difficult for a public service broadcaster to survive amongst media systems which are commercialized in many countries around the world. Based on the case study of the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), this study articulates the legitimacy of public service broadcasting in the new media age. The question of whether public broadcasting should be sustained and protected is at the heart of current media policy debates in Korea. With some examples of public broadcasting systems in European countries, this study examines the current status of Korean broadcasting policy for the KBS and suggests recommendations of new regulatory frames to accommodate the public broadcaster, KBS with the new digital broadcasting era.

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