Book Title: MEDIAUCRACY: Why Canada hasn't made global TV hits and how it can

Author: Irene S. Berkowitz

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Book Description: MEDIAUCRACY: Why Canada hasn't made global hits and how it can is the story of the fiery collision between Canada's national TV policy and the global, online era. Featuring interviews with Hollywood showrunners, award-winning producers, and top policy leaders, it argues for a new goal -- globality -- policy that incentivizes global reach and popular content. Mediaucracy concludes with an original five-step, goal-driven, evidence-based, critical path including POM to COM, G-Score, and PM to AM. Called an "important, timely roadmap to a much-needed policy update," this 21st century tool kit will future-proof Canadian TV policy via the three key words in the TV biz: Audience, audience, audience.

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MEDIAUCRACY: Why Canada hasn’t made global hits and how it can is the untold the story of the collision between Canada’s national TV policy and the global, online era. It argues for a new goal — globality — TV policy that incentivizes global reach and popular content. The book makes it case with interviews with top-tier creators, executives, and policy makers; an authoritative value chain analysis; a review of TV policy around the world; and a comprehensive history of Canadian TV policy, including Canada’s 4 recent federal inquiries on the same issue — the impact of digital disruption. MEDIAUCRACY concludes with an original five-step, goal-driven, evidence-based, critical path including POM to COM, G-Score, and PM to AM. Called an “important, timely roadmap to a much-needed policy update,” this 21st century tool kit will future-proof Canadian TV policy via the three key words in the TV biz: Audience, audience, audience.

Author

Irene S. Berkowitz

Subject

Television

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Title
MEDIAUCRACY: Why Canada hasn't made global TV hits and how it can
Author
Irene S. Berkowitz
Editor
Sandy Pearl
Illustrator
Karen Birkemoe
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Mediaucracy: Why Canada hasn’t made global TV hits and how it can

Copyright 2021
by
Irene S. Berkowitz

Version of Record (VOR): June 16, 2021

Published by Ryerson University Library
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

on

Ryerson University Pressbooks

ISBN: 978-1-77417-023-6

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Primary Subject
Television
Additional Subject(s)
Cultural policies and debates, Early 21st century c 2000 to c 2050, Media studies: internet, digital media and society
Publisher
Ryerson University Library
Publication Date
May 17, 2021
Ebook ISBN
978-1-77417-023-6