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Rethinking Public Media: More Local, More Inclusive, More Interactive

Rethinking Public Media: More Local, More Inclusive, More Interactive

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This December 2010 white paper by Barbara Cochran, Rethinking Public Media: More Local, More Inclusive, More Interactive, offers five broad strategies and 21 specific recommendations to reform public media. The strategies include strengthening local news operations, sharing digital platforms among public entities, recruiting more diverse workforces, and reforming public media structures.
This December 2010 white paper by Barbara Cochran, Rethinking Public Media: More Local, More Inclusive, More Interactive, offers five broad strategies and 21 specific recommendations to reform public media. The strategies include strengthening local news operations, sharing digital platforms among public entities, recruiting more diverse workforces, and reforming public media structures.

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Rethinking
 
public media
 
a white paper
By BarBara cochran
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Communications and Society Program 
 A project of the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Programand the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
 
Rethinking Public Media:
More Local, More Inclusive,More Interactive
A White Paper on the Public Media Recommendationsof the Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy 
written by Barbara Cochran
Communications and Society Program
December 2010
 
Te Aspen Institute and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation invite you to join thepublic dialogue around the Knight Commissions recommendations atwww.knightcomm.org or by using witter hashtag #knightcomm.Copyright 2010 by Te Aspen InstituteTe Aspen InstituteOne Dupont Circle, NWSuite 700Washington, D.C. 20036Published in the United States o America in 2010 by Te Aspen InstituteAll rights reservedPrinted in the United States o AmericaISBN: 0-89843-536-610/021Individuals are encouraged to cite this paper and its contents.In doing so, please include the ollowing attribution:Te Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program,
Rethinking Public Media: More Local, More Inclusive, More Interactive,
Washington, D.C.:Te Aspen Institute, December 2010.
For more information, contact:
Te Aspen InstituteCommunications and Society Program
One Dupont Circle, NWSuite 700Washington, D.C. 20036Phone: (202) 736-5818Fax: (202) 467-0790www.aspeninstitute.org/c&s
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Te Aspen InstitutePublications OfceP.O. Box 222109 Houghton Lab LaneQueenstown, MD 21658Phone: (410) 820-5326Fax: (410) 827-9174Cover background graphic was created in part at www.wordle.net.A project o the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Programand the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
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