The new RIPE Reader is published!!

The RIPE@2015 Reader has published and is now available from Nordicom. The book is tltled Crossing Borders and Boundaries in Public Service Media and the purchase price is only €28 euros. Here is the table of contents:

Chapter 1: Crossing Borders & Boundaries in PSM: Heritage, Complication and Development by Gregory Ferrell Lowe, Peter Goodwin & Nobuto Yamamoto

Chapter 2: Broadcasting in the Post-Broadcast Era: Technology and Institution in the Development of Public Service Media by Taisto Hujanen

Chapter 3: The PSM Paradox with Net Neutrality by Marko Ala-Fossi

Chapter 4: Above Us the Sky: The New Battle for Borders in Spectrum Allocation by Sylvia Harvey

Chapter 5: Public Service Media in ‘Coopetitive’ Networks of Marketisation by Tanja Meyerhofer

Chapter 6: European Public Service Media and Communication Rights by Minna Aslama Horowitz & Hannu Nieminen

Chapter 7: International Broadcasting and Editorial Independence: Case NHK Japan by Takashi Ito

Chapter 8: Fighting the Neoliberalised Media Market and State Interference:The Interdependency of Taiwan PTS and Civil Society Organisations by Hui-Ju Tsai

Chapter 9. PSB and Press Freedom in the 2010s: Challenges for Radio Television Hong Kong by Ken-ichi Yamada & Nobuto Yamamoto

Chapter 10. State-administered Public Service Broadcasting in Morocco by Bouziane Zaid

Chapter 11: Public Service Media and the Commons: Crossing Conceptual and institutional boundaries by Corinne Schweizer

Chapter 12: Finding Public Service Media in a Global Mediascape by Lizzie Jackson

Chapter 13: Crossing New Boundaries in Public TV Drama: The Transnational Success of Denmark’s Forbrydelsen by Trisha Dunleavy

Chapter 14: PSM Going Global? Navigating the Trans Border Rights Minefield by Benjamin J. Bates

Chapter 15: Crossing Boundaries for Innovation: Content Development for PSM at Yle by Sari Virta & Gregory Ferrell Lowe

Order your personal copy today, and please encourage your university or institutional library to order a copy as well! This is a not-for-profit publication, so all proceeds go directly to paying off the publication costs.


Greg Lowe