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Mon, 14 Jun 2021 10:21:25 +0200
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... some answers to this question are provided by "The Public Service 
Media and Public Service Internet Manifesto" that will be
launched in an
Online event, Thursday 17 June 2021, 16:00 UK time, 17:00 Central 
European Time


Registration is possible and open for another 24 hours ...

The Internet and the media landscape are broken. The dominant commercial 
Internet platforms endanger democracy. The Manifesto stresses the 
importance of public service media and the creation of a public service 
Internet for the future of society and safeguarding democracy.

In the online event, media experts will talk about why they support and 
signed the Manifesto that is the outcome of a discussion and 
collaboration process organised as part of the AHRC research network 
InnoPSM: Innovation in Public Service Media Policies.

With interventions by Alessandro D'Arma, Roy Cobby Avaria, Leonhard 
Dobusch, Christian Fuchs, Minna Horowitz, Luciana Musello, Jack L. Qiu, 
Barbara Thomass

The event takes place on Zoom. After registering on Eventbrite, you will 
receive the Zoom access data at latest one day in advance of the event.

The audience of the event will have the opportunity to be among the 
first to read and sign the Public Service Media and Public Service 
Internet Manifesto.