Outlines the platforms, standards, and practices transforming legacy public media. Calls for the creation of a multi-platform, participatory, digital, national public media network, with policy support as well as public and private funding.
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Title: Public Media 2.0: Dynamic, Engaged Publics
Publication date 2009-02-16
Publication Year 2009
, Jessica Clark
Center for Social Media at American University
North America / United States
, media makers
, center for social
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