Byline: KAREN PRICE Arts and Media Correspondent
THE Independent Television Commission has published a major new study on the future of broadcasting and communications.
More than 20 distinguished authors, including Professor Ian Hargreaves, director of the Centre for Journalism Studies at Cardiff University, analyse market change, offer policy proposals for creative and economic success and present their visions for what new media can offer culture and society.
Among the other authors are former England footballer Trevor Brooking, director Sir Richard Eyre, Oscar-winning film producer Lord Puttnam and the Chief Rabbi, Professor Jonathan Sacks.
The essays focus on three priorities for government as they prepare legislation for media and communications over the next 10 years. These are:
How can Britain maximise growth and competitiveness in global communications whilst offering services of real quality and social value?
What can citizens expect of broadcasting and new media in the Information Society? …