Seminar on ‘Governance and Diversity: Comparing Media Systems’
Seminar at the Centre for Culture, Media & Governance (CCMG), Jamia Millia Islamia with delegates from the Institut für Publizistikwissenschaft und Medienforschung (IPMZ), University of Zurich, Zurich.
The Centre for Culture, Media & Governance (CCMG), Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi is organising a seminar on ‘Governance and Diversity: Comparing Media Systems’ from 16 to 18 Feb, 2010.
Prof. Dr Michael Latzer, Prof. Dr Frank Esser, Prof. Dr Gabriele Siegert, Dr Matthias Künzler and Dr Manuel Puppis from the Institut für Publizistikwissenschaft und Medienforschung (IPMZ), University of Zurich, Zurich, have been invited to speak at the seminar. This is an important step in academic and institutional collaboration between CCMG and IPMZ, both departments specialising in the field of media policy, in their respective countries. This initiative has been supported by Pro Helvetia New Delhi.
Date: 16-17 February
Venue: Tagore Hall, JMI
Session 1: “Culture, Diversity and the Media”
Chair: Prof. Yogendra Singh
Dealing with Diversity: How Switzerland provides mass communication in a fragmented media system.
Media, Democracy, Diversity
Session 2: “Researching Broadcast News”
Comparing Political News Cultures: Western Perspectives. And beyond?
Towards a Political Economy of Television News in India: The Corporatization of News Content
Constructing the middle class audience: The end of imagination in Indian television newsrooms
Session 3: “The Economies of Meaning”
Comparing Advertising Systems
Mediated Cultural Diversity: The Case of the National Rural Health Mission
Session 4: “Institutional Reform and Governance”
Media Diversity in Indian Broadcasting: Actors, Issues and Practices
Emerging Governance Patterns for Convergent Communications Markets
In the Aftermath of Deregulation: Contests & Constraints
Comparing Media Policy and Regulation
Entry: By invitation only