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The future of public service broadcasting in Community law

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Abstract:

State and community authorities face up to the task of redefining the legal framework affecting European television services, with the challenge of adopting a configuration capable of assimilating the multiple requirements consequent on the complex nature of television. Communitarian Law has participated in this process, proposing a new perspective built on the definition of television services as general economic interest services. European jurisprudence in audiovisual matters has to address the consequences of incorporating this regulation alongside national laws. Competitiveness between operators, control of possible exceptions, the redefinition of the public service mission these are some of the consequences of the Communitarian perspective. Although the Communitarian perspective has benefits and drawbacks, its contributions allow the construction of a more stable television model, producing new market regulation, and, above all, with the aim of protecting citizen interest.

Keywords: advertising regulation; audiovisual policy; economic interest services; public service broadcasting; public television

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1386/macp.4.2.203_1

Affiliations: University of Navarra.

Publication date: 2008-06-13

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