Presentation on theme: "Freedom in television frequencies. In France: 4 public channels 3 private channels In Great Britain: BBC 1, 2, 3 and another public channel 4 private."— Presentation transcript:
Freedom in television frequencies
In France: 4 public channels 3 private channels In Great Britain: BBC 1, 2, 3 and another public channel 4 private channels In Germany: 17 public channels (3 of which are important) 8 private channels In Spain: 3 public channels 5 private channels Public and private channels
Public channels are influenced or conditioned by the Government on duty.
In Italy: the public television broadcasting is Rai the private television broadcasting are Mediaset and Telecom.
Italy: a big entrepreneur with a small competitor.
Italy: a spontaneous occupation instead of a preventive assignment. Italy risks onerous sanctions. Berlaymont, seat of European Commission, Brussels.
Meritocracy isn’t applied in Italy, even if it is provided for by Italian Constitution.
The introduction of the digital terrestrial television: the protagonist of television transmission is still the same.
Al Gore has accused Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation of “an abuse of power”. Al Gore
“Too much power in the hands of one person is dangerous, no matter the ideology,” Gore said. “The conversation of democracy […] now happens on the television screen.” “Our democracy is much better when there are different viewpoints” to inform decision-making.