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Lineamenti di analisi socio-economica per le policy comunitarie sulla produzione audiovisiva

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  • Paola Savini

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In the last two decades policies for the audiovisual sector have been strictly linked to the overall growth and employment agenda, and to the promotion of the information pluralism and cultural diversity. The European Union has fostered innovation and development in the audiovisual sector both through industrial policy measures (such as the MEDIA Programme) and the construction of a regulatory framework (such as the Directive Television Without Frontiers) that has mandated a normative harmonization within the internal market: it has ensured signal transmission and reception freedoms between Member States, has protected some general interests and has encouraged the production and the distribution of European independent programmes. The present work, while discussing these topics, analyses the historical unfolding of the main EU policies: those stimulating the demand of audiovisual content by broadcasters and those giving incentives to producers. At the same time, it focuses on the evaluations - not always evidence-based - underlying some of these policies.

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  • Paola Savini, 2015. "Lineamenti di analisi socio-economica per le policy comunitarie sulla produzione audiovisiva," PRISMA Economia - Società - Lavoro, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2015(1), pages 206-222.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:pripri:v:html10.3280/pri2015-001018
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    1. Tasneem Chipty, 2001. "Vertical Integration, Market Foreclosure, and Consumer Welfare in the Cable Television Industry," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, pages 428-453.
    2. Simon Deakin & Ana Lourenço & Stephen Pratten, 2009. "No "third way" for economic organization: Networks and quasi-markets in broadcasting," Industrial and Corporate Change, Oxford University Press, pages 51-75.
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