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Eine kurze Geschichte des Privatfernsehens in Deutschland NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Months, 2 Weeks, 6 Days, 11 Hours, 33 Minutes ago
Aktualisierte Fassung zum 30jährigen Bestehen des Privatfernsehens: Aus Wurzeln, die bis in die 1950er Jahre zurückreichen, entstand das Privatfernsehen in Deutschland in den 1980er Jahren aus einer historisch gewachsenen Mischung wirtschaf...
Dark social is the new black NEW
Eric Karstens 10 Months, 2 Weeks, 12 Hours, 56 Minutes ago
Over the din of social media marketing we tend to overlook that perhaps the greatest amount of what we have been taught to call "sharing" still happens outside of the likes of Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. Related posts:Reputation management in ti...
Medienregulierung 2.0 und die Zukunft des Fernsehens NEW
Eric Karstens 1 Year, 3 Months, 1 Day, 9 Hours, 26 Minutes ago
Vorschau auf die 3. Auflage des "Praxishandbuchs Fernsehen": In absehbarer Zukunft dürfte der der eigentliche Regulierungsgegenstand der Medienaufsicht, nämlich der Rundfunk mit linearen Programmen, gar nicht mehr existieren. Was dann? Related pos...
Zur Zukunft der öffentlich-rechtlichen Medien NEW
Eric Karstens 1 Year, 3 Months, 5 Days, 9 Hours, 37 Minutes ago
Vorschau auf die 3. Auflage des "Praxishandbuchs Fernsehen": Die Koppelung des öffentlich-rechtlichen Auftrages an den Rundfunk wird immer fragwürdiger; außerdem lässt sich die Frage stellen, ob und inwieweit sich die derzeit übliche Konstruktio...
Google tax: Have the cake and eat it? NEW
Eric Karstens 1 Year, 5 Months, 1 Week, 3 Days, 12 Hours, 18 Minutes ago
There is a lobbying and political initiative to introduce what could be called a Google tax. More accurately put, the proponents of the initiative demand special copyright royalties from search engines, which are supposed to be paid to newspapers. Do...
How the EU can help journalism NEW
Eric Karstens 1 Year, 9 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 20 Hours, 39 Minutes ago
Why is the European Union so ineffective when it comes to supporting press freedom and media pluralism? And what could it do within the limits of its current competences to foster journalism? It all boils down to one word: CONNECT. Related posts: Th...
Shifting journalism online NEW
Eric Karstens 1 Year, 10 Months, 2 Days, 10 Hours, 58 Minutes ago
That journalism is inevitably moving online and increasingly detaching itself from the classic substrates of paper and broadcasting is by now a more or less universally accepted fact – despite the obstinate resistance that many legacy media organis...
A critical mass for Public Service Media freedom in South East Europe NEW
Eric Karstens 2 Years, 5 Months, 3 Days, 13 Hours, 19 Minutes ago
Conventional wisdom has it that Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) can hardly be more forward than the society it serves, which spells problems for PSB in many Western Balkans countries. But in actual fact in can be at least slightly ahead – provide...
The EU, its neighbours, and journalism revolution NEW
Eric Karstens 2 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks, 5 Days, 15 Hours, 58 Minutes ago
The transition to a free and democratic media system in formerly authoritarian countries may be almost as difficult for the revolutionaries themselves as it typically is for the former mouthpieces of defunct regimes. Can the European Union help? Rela...
Vordenkerrolle: Zum Innovationsbedarf der Medienanstalten NEW
Eric Karstens 2 Years, 10 Months, 5 Days, 8 Hours, 14 Minutes ago
Die Landesmedienanstalten beharren auf liebgewonnenen Denkfiguren und rufen nach strengeren Vorschriften, wenn die Welt sich ändert. Doch ihrer Sinn- und Identitätskrise könnten sie mit dem begegnen, was Odo Marquardt einst "Inkompetenzkompensatio...
The art of EU procurement NEW
Eric Karstens 2 Years, 10 Months, 3 Weeks, 9 Hours, 29 Minutes ago
The EU has masterminded the very rules of public procurement, but it is also one of the largest tendering authorities itself. The scope of design of tenders is such that it may make or break entire companies and organisations, and affect the implemen...
Is blogging coming of age? NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Years, 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 12 Hours, 33 Minutes ago
Like so many things in our current media environment, accrediting bloggers alongside with journalists is more difficult, requires more effort, and entails more risks than sticking to the old ways. It is worth the while, though, seeing that blogging s...
Why I want my newspaper to go out of business NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Years, 2 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 22 Hours, 6 Minutes ago
The notion of intellectual property resonates with the idea that the original authors – journalists, writers, translators, photographers – deserve protection. However in fact, a substantial part of the copyright regime is in place to protect an i...
Andreas Ettenhuber: Beschleunigung und Zäsuren im Fernsehprogramm (Rezension) NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Years, 3 Months, 1 Week, 3 Days, 6 Hours, 38 Minutes ago
Anders als man zunächst vielleicht annehmen könnte, widmet sich Andreas Ettenhuber nicht dem Thema Audience Flow, sondern einer bis dato wenig erforschten Fragestellung, nämlich inwieweit Schnitte, thematische und stilistische Wechsel innerhalb vo...
WikiLeaks, the Cloud, and Internet pluralism: A roundup of emerging lessons learned NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Years, 4 Months, 1 Week, 5 Days, 19 Hours, 26 Minutes ago
There is an oligopolistic infrastructure emerging on the Web that facilitates the manipulation and exploitation of the public as well as censorship and obstruction of inconvenient content at a mere whim of a handful of private companies, or by - more...
The EU’s Digital Agenda (part III): Stakeholders Day NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days, 7 Hours, 12 Minutes ago
Perhaps there just are no stakeholders of the Digital Agenda as a whole, only stakeholders of a number of particular Digital Agenda subsections. Is the Agenda therefore too encompassing a policy after all? Related posts: The EU’s Digital Agenda...
The EU’s Digital Agenda (part II): Megalomania or Jack of all Trades? NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 13 Hours, 21 Minutes ago
What Europe is still missing is a substantial intellectual debate about the Digital Agenda and its implications for civil society and politics. Europe dearly needs innovative and groundbreaking outside-the-box-yet-pragmatic thinking at the interface...
The EU’s Digital Agenda (part I): What is at stake? NEW
Eric Karstens 3 Years, 6 Months, 23 Hours, 2 Minutes ago
Across all the application areas of the EU's Digital Agenda policy there are several common and mutually interdependent issues which need to be tackled irrespective of the specific purpose of a technological solution. This is why I first take a look...