Content online and the end of public media? The UK, a canary in the coal mine?

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Collins, R.;
(2011)

Online delivery of content has changed media advertising markets, undermining the business model which has underpinned provision of ‘public media’. Three business models have sustained mass media: direct payment for content, payment for advertising and state subsidy, an... View more
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