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Quality is more than a number!

Five quality dimensions and eighteen performance categories keep record of ORF’s media performance, value and benefits for the audience. The dimensions and categories derive from the ORF Act, ORF-regulations and the ORF code of conduct.  

    
The current Public Value Report 2015/2016 comes with a booklet, which features countless of facts and gives the reader a greater understanding of media quality and the current market situation. The Public Value Report is not just listing quantitative data from the past. By the means of projects from 2015/2016 ORF employees describe their perception and understanding of media quality in regards to the overall topic “opening up”. The term “opening up” is interpreted in many different ways: thoughts to citizen relationships and participation, thoughts to corporation with the civic society, and, in addition, science and economy play also a crucial role. Furthermore, considerations about quality journalism in the current course of fleeing and human rights, as well as, content innovation and technical developments, and ORF being the bridge between the living room and the world, are also interpretations of the term “opening up”.



The future of media quality is complex and diverse, which is also demonstrated in the international contributions of the science section in the "Public Social Value".



Datenheft, Public Value Bericht 2015/16 abspielen
Datenheft
Public Value Bericht 2015/16
"AUFMACHEN", Public Value Bericht 2015/16 abspielen
"AUFMACHEN"
Public Value Bericht 2015/16
Seven Implications, Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Univ.Prof. Dr. Gregory F. Lowe – University of Tampere abspielen
Seven Implications
Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Univ.Prof. Dr. Gregory F. Lowe – University of Tampere
Digital Commons, Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Prof. Graham Murdock – Loughborough University abspielen
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Digital Commons
Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Prof. Graham Murdock – Loughborough University
Vision 2020, Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Ruurd Bierman – EBU abspielen
© ORF
Vision 2020
Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Ruurd Bierman – EBU
Eurovision: Turning On Linguistic Diversity, Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Dr. Dean Vuletic – University of Vienna abspielen
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Eurovision: Turning On Linguistic Diversity
Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Dr. Dean Vuletic – University of Vienna
Who will save quality journalism?, Public Value Bericht 2015/16:  Peter Bale – Center for Public Integrity abspielen
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Who will save quality journalism?
Public Value Bericht 2015/16: Peter Bale – Center for Public Integrity




#Next Generation
The Public Value Report 2016/17 is complemented by #Next Generation - a series of video interviews with ORF's youngest staff members discussing their demands for the future and how media can be of the highest quality.

[Watch Videos (German)]


»Unfolding quality« - The Public Value Report 2016/17
Like in the years before ORF's staff members who work in TV, radio and online have been reflecting on their work and how to create public value for a public service broadcaster.  »Unfolding quality« - is the claim of this year's Public Value Report, which we took literally: Each of the five booklets to the Public Value quality dimensions can be unfolded to a poster.
[Download the report]

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]


 
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