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TEXTE


“TEXTE - public-service quality in discourse” are academic issues produced by ORF, which are devoted to external expertise and academic deliberation. The issues provide a place where (public service) media quality can be discussed.


International and national authors publish their contributions on the meaning of welfare oriented public-service media; its function, performance, product quality and activities. The individual articles are allocated to the five quality dimensions of the Public Value Report and labeled with the corresponding colour code.



TEXTE 17 - Why Independence Matters, By Boris Bergant, Michal Glowacki, Beate Haselmayer et al. abspielen
TEXTE 17 - Why Independence Matters
By Boris Bergant, Michal Glowacki, Beate Haselmayer et al.
Texte 14: ESC - More than music?, By Karen Fricker, Harald Huber und Irving Wolther et al. abspielen
Texte 14: ESC - More than music?
By Karen Fricker, Harald Huber und Irving Wolther et al.
Texte 13 - Sonderheft zum Public Value Bericht 13/14, Contributions of all 27 EU member states abspielen
Texte 13 - Sonderheft zum Public Value Bericht 13/14
Contributions of all 27 EU member states
Texte 9 - Why Greece matters, By Kathrine Sarikakis, Hans Laroes und Kostas Argyros et al. abspielen
Texte 9 - Why Greece matters
By Kathrine Sarikakis, Hans Laroes und Kostas Argyros et al.





»OPENup« - Public-Value-Report 2015/16

In the current ORF performance report ORF employees describe through projects from 2015/2016 their perception of media quality under the aspect “ORF opens up”. The organizations internal perspectives are extended through multiple contributions of external authors. The attached data booklet features countless data and facts about ORF- media production 2015.   [more]
 

[Download Public-Value-Report]

[Download Data Booklet 2015]

The Secret of the colors
Five quality dimensions and 18 performance categories define ORF public value. Those dimensions and categories derive from the ORF Act, ORF program guidelines, ORF mission statement as well as current demanded requirements by the society and the media development.  [more]


Research Paper » Generation What?«