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Statements regarding public service media



In this section ORF employees from different departments, and external scientists and experts provide information about their interpretation of public service media quality.
How ORF employees contribute to the future landscape of media is expressed in the annual Public Value Report and in the following statements.



We need a mass movement to reclaim our data, Asking Evgeny Morozov abspielen
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We need a mass movement to reclaim our data
Asking Evgeny Morozov
Demokratie und Wahrheit im Mittelpunkt, Amy Goodman (Democracy Now!) abspielen
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Demokratie und Wahrheit im Mittelpunkt
Amy Goodman (Democracy Now!)
Public Service Media provides guidance, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Katharine Sarikakis, Universität Wien abspielen
Public Service Media provides guidance
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Katharine Sarikakis, Universität Wien
PSM is part of collective memory, Dr. Dana Mustata, Universität Groningen abspielen
PSM is part of collective memory
Dr. Dana Mustata, Universität Groningen
"Public Value is of high importance", Dr. Michal Glowacki, Universität Warschau abspielen
"Public Value is of high importance"
Dr. Michal Glowacki, Universität Warschau
Public Value and the meaning for a community, Lizzie Jackson, Ravensbourne College abspielen
Public Value and the meaning for a community
Lizzie Jackson, Ravensbourne College
"The Future looks quite bright", Mikko Sihvonen, Manchester Metropolitan University abspielen
"The Future looks quite bright"
Mikko Sihvonen, Manchester Metropolitan University
FM4’s listeners are a special bunch, Paul Brennan, FM4 abspielen
FM4’s listeners are a special bunch
Paul Brennan, FM4
News for young adults, Hanno Settele, ZiB Magazin abspielen
News for young adults
Hanno Settele, ZiB Magazin




#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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