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9.00 - Welcome speech by Giovanna Milella – Secretary General of Prix Italia
9.10 - Introduction by Gerardo Mombelli, Chairman of Infocivica, Rome
9.15 - Marco Simeon - RAI Director for Institutional and International Relations
9.20 - Robert Castrucci, on behalf of Enrico Manca, Chairman of the Ugo Bordoni Foundation, Rome
Study Workshop n. 1. SOCIAL CHANGE, PUBLIC SERVICE DEMAND AND MISSION IN THE SOCIETY OF INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE
9.25 - Chairman: Giampiero Gramaglia – Communication Advisor and Member of the Board of Directors for the Istituto Affari Internazionali (International Affairs Institute), Rome.
9.30 - Philip Schlesinger, University of Glasgow. Preliminary Report.
THE EUROPEAN PANORAMA: a study of public service broadcasting remits
10.00 - Enrique Bustamante, Complutense University of Madrid. The Spanish regulatory situation as regards the state-owned broadcasting service and those of the Autonomous Communities.
10.15 - Pierre Musso, University of Rennes. The French regulatory situation, the mandate assigned to France Télévisions by the Cahier de charges.
10.30 - Francisco Rui Càdima, New University of Lisbon. The Portuguese regulatory situation after the RTP Reform.
10.45 - Matthew Hibberd, University of Stirling, The British regulatory situation. The BBC’s Royal Charter (2006-2015).
11.00 - Roberto Suarez Candel, University of Hamburg. The German regulatory situation as regards Regional and National public broadcasting services.
11.15 - Beata Klimkiewicz, Jagellonian University of Kracow. The Polish regulatory situation. The mandate assigned to the public broadcasting service in Poland.
11.45 - Giuseppe Richeri, University of Lugano. Experiences in public service broadcasting in the 3 major language communities. The regulatory situation of the Swiss Confederation.
12.00 - Michele Sorice, University Luiss of Rome. Preliminary Report. Complexity and social cohesion. The mission of Public Service Media in the era of social networks
Abstract of the report
12.20 - Coffee break
Part 2 - Reshaping the Identity of Public Service Media in Europe. THE INFOCIVICA’S PROPOSAL TO THE TURIN WORK-GROUP (Gruppo di Torino)
12.30 - Introduction by Gerardo Mombelli, Chairman of Infocivica, Rome.
12.40 - Manlio Cammarata, executive director InterLex, Rome. Current european debates and the european regulatory situation of Public Service Media
12.50 - Bruno Somalvico, General Secretary of Infocivica. The Path towards drawing up a Green Paper on public services media in the society of information and knowledge.
RESPONDENTS THE EUROPEAN WORK GROUP OF TURIN
13.00 - 14.00 - Italo Moscati - Emilio D’Orazio.
European Work group of Turin: Enrique Bustamante Ramirez, Francisco Rui Càdima, Matthew Hibberd, Beata Klinkiewicz, Pierre Musso, Giuseppe Richeri, Philip Schesinger, Michele Sorice and Roberto Suarez.
14.15 - Antonio Preziosi, Director GRR Giornale Radio Rai, Rome
Preliminary summary of Antonio Preziosi's intervention
14.30 – END OF WORKSHOP.