Final Programme

9:30 – 10:00                        Registration and Coffee                      TFTV Foyer

10:00 – 10:15                      Welcome                                           TFTV Screening Room

10:15 – 11:45                      Parallel Panels                                

National Cultures and Public Service Broadcasting
  • Daniel Perrin, Mathias Furer, Thomas Gantenbein, Aleksandra Gnach (Zurich University of Applied Sciences) 'Tacit Knowledge as the Missing Link - Knowledge Transfer and the Idee Suisse Project'
  • Philip Ramsey (University of Nottingham, Ningbo) ‘Understanding BBC Radio in Northern Ireland: public service broadcasting in a divided society’
  • Emma Heywood (University of Manchester) ‘Informing, Educating or Manipulating? Russian, French and UK Coverage of the Middle East’

Technology and PSB
  • Sam Ward (University of Nottingham) ‘Beyond Due Prominence: The Positioning of Public Service Broadcasters in Digital Electronic Programme Guides’
  • Natali Helberger (University of Amsterdam) ‘Cookie Walls in the Public Marketplace of Ideas’
  • Corinne Schweizer (University of Zurich) ‘Market distortion or We Versus Google – How newspapers in four countries discuss the role of Public Service Broadcasting in the Digital Age’

11:45 – 12:00                      Coffee

12:00 – 1:00                        Keynote: Petros Iosifidis

1:00 – 1:45                          Lunch

1:45 – 3:00                          Industry Panel
  • James Walker (Journalist) ‘The Space: Public Art and Public Service Media’
  • Colin Ward (Children’s Media Foundation) ‘Children’s Television and Public Service Broadcasting’
  • Hilary Perkins (Formerly of Channel 4 and Radio 1) Topic TBC

3:00 – 3:15                           Coffee

3:15 – 4:30                           ECREA Sponsored Panel

Public Service Broadcasting and the Online Sphere (Respondent: Helen Thornham, University of Leeds)
  • Pernilla Serverson (Malmö University) ‘Public service media engaging in fan-based social networked practices’
  • Tanya Kant (University of Sussex) ‘Giving the viewer a voice? Problematising personalised media on commercial social networks’ 
  • Elke Weissmann (Edge Hill University) ‘Impartiality in the Online World: The BBC News Website, User Comments and the Rule of Impartiality’

4:30 – 5:30                           Keynote: James Bennet

5:30 – 6:30                           Wine Reception