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Reinventing public policy for a converged world

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Robin Foster discusses the policy and regulatory aspects that may be used to encourage broadband deployment

Robin Foster discusses the policy and regulatory aspects that may be used to encourage broadband deployment

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  • 1.  
  • 2. The key challenges High quality public service content  Acceptable content standards 
  • 3. Embracing the digital revolution
    • Huge potential benefits:
    • Unrivalled access
    • A new democratisation
    • Social interaction
    • User content creation
    • New formats
    • Choice, convenience, control
    Risk: digital exclusion
  • 4. Public service content PS content still needed: High quality impartial news  Locally originated content  Social inclusion  Universality 
  • 5. New approach to PS content Different delivery methods  New packaging and promotion  Interactivity, mixed media  New roles – “find and guide”  New public spaces  Explicit funding  Sufficient scale and scope to make an impact 
  • 6. Acceptable content standards
    • Citizen choice and responsibility
    • Industry self and co-regulation
    • Government guidance
    • Active digital citizen
    Opportunities
    • Citizens feel:
    • Exposed
    • Unprotected
    • Unprepared
    • But protect free speech?
    Challenges
  • 7. Suggested outcomes
    • Distinctive and high quality
    • New forms, new media
    • Less over time
    Networks:
    • Universal access and take up
    • Open and competitive
    PS content Standards
    • Citizen choice, responsibility
    • Self/co regulation
    • Active digital citizen
  • 8.