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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

 
PFF TechCast #3: Media Vouchers & Postal Subsidies as Media Reinvention Tools
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In this latest PFF TechCast, Berin Szoka and I discuss the two latest installments in our ongoing "Wrong Way to Reinvent Media" series. These two recent installments dealt with "media vouchers" and expanded postal subsidies as methods of assisting struggling media enterprises or promoting more hard news. In this 7-minute podcast, PFF's press director Mike Wendy chats with us about these proposals and we argue that they both raise a variety of practical and principled concerns that weigh against their adoption by policymakers.

MP3 file: PFF TechCast #3 - Media Vouchers & Postal Subsidies (4/27/2010)

posted by Adam Thierer @ 6:43 PM | Mass Media , Media Regulation , PFF Podcasts , The News Frontier

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