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The Peacock Committee and UK broadcasting policy

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- Committee on Financing the BBC,
  • Broadcasting policy -- Great Britain,
  • Broadcasting -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited By Thomas O"Malley, Janet Jones.
    ContributionsO"Malley, Tom, 1955-, Jones, Janet, 1963-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE8689.9.G7 P43 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23207497M
    ISBN 109780230524743
    LC Control Number2009013645
    OCLC/WorldCa298778307

    competition to the television market. The Peacock Committee helped to introduce a significant shift from a socio-cultural broadcasting policy towards a neoliberal one. Chapter 9 spans the period from to To promote the independent production sector, the Broadcasting Act of introduced a quota of 25 per cent for independent. Collins, Richard () Paradigm Found: The Peacock Report and the Genesis of a New Model UK Broadcasting Policy. In: The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting Policy. Palgrave, pp. ISBN Metadata only available from this : Richard Collins.

      One of his areas of interest was broadcasting. In the mids he chaired the committee which produced the Peacock Report on the financing of Author: David Mckittrick. This fully-updated new edition of Politics and the Mass Media provides a comprehensive introduction to the role of mass communications in politics at all levels, from election campaigns, news reports and lobbying groups to the media activities of pressure relationship between politics, politicians and the media is a matter of increasingly contentious debate, as politicians.

    The welfare society / by Alan Peacock Peacock, Alan T., [ Book: ] At 2 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 35,) Does balancing the budget matter today? interview with Professor Alan Peacock The Peacock Committee and UK broadcasting policy / edited by Tom O'Malley, Janet Jones O'Malley, Tom.   Peacock's first analytical objective was to establish the aims of broadcasting policy, which he pointed out: ‘ just as war is too important a matter to be left to the generals and economic policy too important to be left to economists, broadcasting aims are too important to be left to those who do the broadcasting’ (Peacock, , p. 3).Cited by:


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This fascinating collection of essays is the first full-length scholarly study of the genesis and influence of Alan Peacock's intellectually radical 'Report of the Committee on Financing the BBC' (), which fundamentally altered the principles governing the development of broadcasting policy in the UK.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Tom O'Malley Attacking Collectivism / Tom O'Malley Liberalism and Broadcasting Policy from the s to the s / Tom O'Malley Technology, Politics and Economics, / Tom O'Malley Twenty and Thirty and Forty Years On: A Personal Retrospect on.

O'Malley, Thomas and Jones, Janet, eds. () The Peacock Committee and UK broadcasting policy. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN The Peacock Committee, was a review into financing of the was initiated by the Conservative government of Margaret Thatcher on 27 March and reporting on 29 May The committee was led by Professor Alan other 6 members were Samuel Brittan, Judith Chalmers, Jeremy Hardie, Professor Alastair Hetherington, Lord Quinton, and Sir Peter Reynolds.

The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting Policy O'Malley, Tom; Jones, Janet Home; Outputs; Authors. Tom O'Malley.

Janet Jones. Abstract. There has long been a need for a clear description and appraisal of the work of the Peacock Committee, one of the most momentous and misunderstood events in British Broadcasting, and this book provides that Cited by: 7. The Peacock Committee and UK broadcasting policy.

Abstract. At a time when a radical reorientation of UK broadcasting policy is underway, this book offers a critical assessment of the current state of Public Service Broadcasting.

Sir Alan Peacock's seminal report into the financing of PSB has been credited with reshaping the. The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting policy Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan. Chapter title It was the BBC wot won it: winning the Peacock Report for the Corporation, or how the BBC responded to the Peacock CommitteeCited by: 1.

The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting Policy. By T. O'Malley and J. Jones. Abstract. There has long been a need for a clear description and appraisal of the work of the Peacock Committee, one of the most momentous and misunderstood events in British Broadcasting, and this book provides that important perspective.

Reviewer comments –“In Author: T. O&#;Malley and J. Jones. extensively on press and broadcasting history and on media policy, including: with Clive Soley, Regulating the Press (); with David Barlow and Phillip Mitchell, The Media in Wales: Voices of a Small Nation (); with Janet Jones (eds) The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting Policy (); with Siân Nicholas, (eds) Moral Panics.

The book is drawn from contributions to a conference marking the 20th anniversary of the Committee on the Finance of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), otherwise known as the Peacock Committee (after its chairman, Professor Sir Alan Peacock).

The committee’s remit was to investigate whether the BBC should accept sponsorship or Author: Chris Hand.

"Tom O’Malley and Janet Jones (Eds): The Peacock Committee and UK broadcasting policy," Journal of Cultural Economics, Springer;The Association for Cultural Economics International, vol.

The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting Policy This fascinating collection of essays is the first full-length scholarly study of the genesis and influence of Alan Peacock's intellectually radical 'Report of the Committee on Financing the BBC' (), which fundamentally altered the principles governing the development of broadcasting Pages: Book description: At a time when a radical reorientation of UK broadcasting policy is underway, this book offers a critical assessment of the current state of Public Service Broadcasting.

Sir Alan Peacock's seminal report into the financing of PSB has been credited with reshaping the broadcasting policy landscape and changing the way we think about the provision of broadcast goods in our.

Collins, R. () ‘Paradigm found: the Peacock Report and the genesis of a new model UK broadcasting policy’, in T. O'Malley and J. Jones (eds), The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting Policy.

Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. –   British Television Policy: A Reader provides a forum for the significant policy debates which have informed and shaped television broadcasting since the publication in of the Peacock Committee Report on the financing of the BBC.

The Reader presents key documents and critically analyses their impact on the organisation, financial resources, programme content, editorial Format: Hardcover. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers.

In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN From to Peacock served as Chairman of the Committee on the Financing of the BBC (Peacock Committee), the tenth major British inquiry into broadcasting.

The Committee rejected Margaret Thatcher's wish to fund the BBC by advertising and proposed a sophisticated long-term strategy in which given a full broadcasting market with unlimited. broadcasting policy 79 References 81 6 Commentary: the scope of public service Committee on Financing the BBC (–6).

A fellow of the British developments that would change the face of broadcasting when the Peacock Report into the financing of. Abstract. This chapter examines the legacy of the Report of the Committee on Financing the BBC () chaired by Alan Peacock.

It argues that the report is of particular interest because it is a rare case of detailed policy analysis and prescription about the finance of public broadcasting led by Author: Peter Goodwin. It was the BBC wot won it: winning the Peacock Report for the Corporation, or how the BBC responded to the Peacock Committee Seaton, J.

and McNicholas, A. The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting policy Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan. The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting Policy This fascinating collection of essays is the first full-length scholarly study of the genesis and influence of Alan Peacock's intellectually radical 'Report of the Committee on Financing the BBC' (), which fundamentally altered the principles governing the development of broadcasting Author: P.

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