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Media Policy for the Digital Age
by The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy and The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy
Amsterdam University Press, 2006
Paper: 978-90-5356-826-2 | eISBN: 978-90-485-0396-4
Library of Congress Classification P95.82.N4M44 2005
Dewey Decimal Classification 302.2309492

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Traditionally, the Netherlands has enjoyed status as a test market for new media. But in the past decade, such innovations have been severely hampered by questions about the future of public broadcasting. This issue has led to abundant political grandstanding, but little in the way of definitive policymaking. In February 2005, the Scientific Council for Government Policy published a report with practical policy suggestions. Media Policy for the Digital Age summarizes the Council’s recommendations, giving readers outside the Netherlands insight into the issues at stake and possible solutions, as well as a concise analysis that tackles the challenges of making robust media policy for the twenty-first century.

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