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The Role of Culture and Political Institutions in Media Policy

The Case of TV Privatization in Greece

The main premise of the book is that economic, cultural, political and institutional factors are necessary to fully understand and analyze national media policy developments and impacts, such as deregulation and/or privatization, government and judiciary oversight, media concentration, cultural imperialism, and even profitability. Les mer
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The main premise of the book is that economic, cultural, political and institutional factors are necessary to fully understand and analyze national media policy developments and impacts, such as deregulation and/or privatization, government and judiciary oversight, media concentration, cultural imperialism, and even profitability. One of its main objectives is to assess the impact of core political and social institutions on regulatory structures and performance in order to derive some generalizations and/or conclusions about the reasons behind some of the developments in European audiovisual policymaking, as well as the performance of regulation in different national settings. Greece is used as a case study to both illustrate how different economic, cultural, political and institutional forces interact and affect each other in reshaping the audiovisual industry, and also address the gap in the literature regarding the development of the TV industry in small European countries. In confronts these developments as an integral part of deregulatory developments all over Europe.

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