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O Financiamento Do Serviço Público De Televisão Em Portugal: Uma Revisão De Literatura

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  • Rui Gama

    (Faculdade de Economia e Gestão - Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Porto)

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O serviço público de televisão representa uma das maiores despesas anuais do estado português no que respeita a indemnizações compensatórias. Este trabalho teve como principal objectivo explorar, através de uma análise da literatura, se deve ou não o estado financiar o serviço público de televisão. No final deste trabalho destaca-se a importância, ainda nos dias de hoje, da transmissão de conteúdos de serviço público e a existência de uma diversidade de modelos para a sua organização e financiamento, alguns dos quais não assumem que seja o estado – e consequentemente os contribuintes – a arcar com o financiamento deste serviço. Desta forma, o trabalho pretende contribuir para uma reflexão sustentada sobre o financiamento do serviço público de televisão e sobre as razões que levam a questionar o modelo actual.

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  • Rui Gama, 2013. "O Financiamento Do Serviço Público De Televisão Em Portugal: Uma Revisão De Literatura," Working Papers de Economia (Economics Working Papers) 01, Católica Porto Business School, Universidade Católica Portuguesa.
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    Keywords

    Serviço Público de Televisão; Financiamento da Televisão; Auxílios de Estado; Indemnizações Compensatórias; Televisão e Cidadania;

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