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Introduction by Mind Map: Introduction

1. From Broadcast to Digital

1.1. Types

1.1.1. Analogue Broadcasting Broadcaster to Receiver/Audience Drawbacks

1.1.2. New Digital Media Internet more far reaching consumers can distribute w/out permission more channels possible=more info

1.2. Civil Society and its Revival

1.2.1. third sector

1.2.2. necessary part of or product of modern liberal democracies Idelogical Global trend Practical

1.3. Community Media is better accommodated in new media ie: Internet

2. Themes and Chapters

2.1. Chapter 2

2.1.1. Principals of access and obstacles as encountered in U.S PEG: Public Educational Government Access Cable TV

2.1.2. In Europe community media models vary greatly Radio and TV Decentralized Promotes Amateurism

2.2. Chapter 4

2.2.1. Austraila third tier broadcasting Indigenous Consumers

2.3. Chapter 5

2.3.1. First and Third World Countries Promoting change in government and development agencies Community media cannot conform Tensions between localism and broadcasting knowledge

2.4. Chapter 6

2.4.1. Community Broadcasting

2.4.2. New Media Innovation Commons Individuals can build on existing technologies w/out permission Not a Controlled System

2.5. Chapter 7

2.5.1. Arguments from previous Chapters self expression/our societal role Concept of e-democracy

3. Defining Community Media

3.1. Global Examples

3.1.1. Local TV

3.1.2. Public Access

3.1.3. Newsletters All modes are poorly resourced

3.1.4. Micro-radio

3.2. Programming

3.2.1. software is more affordable still results in poor quality

3.3. Organizational structure

3.4. Organizational techniques

4. Community Media Policy

4.1. Public Philosophy

4.1.1. Society relates Values Beliefs Biases

4.2. Community Broadcasting

4.2.1. Neglected form of Media Economics Government

4.3. Governance: Authority Over Others

4.3.1. Strategy

4.3.2. Tactic

4.3.3. Process

4.3.4. Procedure

4.3.5. Programme

4.3.6. New node