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Public Service Media/Internet Utopias

Public Service Media/Internet Utopias

This short survey is a co-operation of the Communication and Media Research Institute and ORF Public Value.
Please join us in creating visions for the future of public service media, the Internet, and communication by answering three short questions!

There is a need to empower the Internet and public service media by visionary thinking, including provocative, radical and utopian perspectives.
We ask: How will Public Service Media/Internet in the future be able to attract citizens, to empower democracy and in doing so be successful and relevant?
We are interested to collect and give a voice to diverse, heterogenic ideas about the future of public service media/Internet and society.

The survey wants to identify utopias and visions that will guide the future of the Internet and Public Service Media.

The authors of the most visionary contributions will be invited to participate in the Public Service Media/Internet Utopias-workshop in 2020, an event in London organised and hosted by the AHRC Research Network "Innovations in Public Service Media Policies" that is led by Dr Alessandro D'Arma (University of Westminster) and Dr Minna Horowitz (University of Helsinki).

By participating in this survey, you grant us the right to use and present the answers for non-commercial purposes and publish them based on a Creative Commons Licence (CC-BY-NC).  

Survey organisers/contacts:
Prof Christian Fuchs, Director of the Communication and Media Research Institute
Dr Klaus Unterberger, Head of ORF Public Value

There are 8 questions in this survey.