There has been a deep controversy in Europe with respect to media policies, new technologies and public service media. A study by David Fernández-Quijada, Montse Bonet, Roberto Suárez Candel and Luis Arboledas, deals with this issue.
By conducting interviews and analyzing policy documents, the article studies how three Spanish public service media organisations apply technological innovations. The results portray difficulties in accountability of innovation, non-formal practices of applying innovations, role of techno-enthusiasts and bureaucratic problems related to the issue.
The article is published the Journal of Media Innovations and is available online.
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