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To serve the public interest

Robert J. Blakely

To serve the public interest

educational broadcasting in the United States

by Robert J. Blakely

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Published by Syracuse University Press in Syracuse, N.Y .
Written in English


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StatementRobert J. Blakely.
The Physical Object
Paginationxx,274p.
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13943882M

Yale Law School has a strong tradition of service in the public interest. In addition to our rich curricular offerings related to public interest, around 80% of students take part in one or more of our 30 clinics during their time in law school. It is no surprise that many of our students pursue public interest employment during the summer and after graduation.   Along with hundreds of public banks worldwide, it has demonstrated what can be done by cutting out private shareholders and middlemen and mobilizing public revenues to serve the public interest. The time is right politically to adopt that model.

Corporate Charters. The pamphlet Taking Care of Business: Citizenship and the Charter of Incorporation, by Richard Grossman and Frank Adams, looks at how corporations can be returned to their original purposes – acting in the public can be ordered from Charter Ink, Box , Cambridge, MA Contact Richard Grossman at the same address for updates on related activities in your.   Ralph Nader, Pete Davis Call on Law Students to Serve the Public Interest Ralph Nader argued for the importance of public interest law during a talk Thursday. By Caleb D. Schwartz.

  Drawing on the history of U.S. media regulation, Napoli offers an insightful framework for reimagining how social media can serve the public interest. Social Media and the Public Interest is an essential text for policy makers and those struggling to reduce the harm of caustic content and misinformationdanah boyd, author of It's Complicated Reviews: 1.   There’s no rule book for working in the public interest and, despite arguments that it is too loose, ambiguous and easy to hide behind, it is an integral part of the discourse, law, regulation.


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To Serve the Public Interest: Educational Broadcasting in the United States [Robert J. Blakely] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Blakely, Robert by:   Challenging such superficial distinctions, Philip M. Napoli offers a timely and persuasive case for understanding and governing social media as news media, with a fundamental obligation to serve the public interest.

Social Media and the Public Interest explores how and why social media platforms became so central to news consumption and distribution as they met many of the Cited by: 2. The book incorporates an ethical dimension in making these assessments.

Its focus is a conceptual, theoretical one drawing on classical philosophy, the sociology of professions, economic theory, and the public interest dimension of accountants as professionals. It is written by an economist who has over a long period of time been both an observer of public policy and a participant in the process.

This experience lends weight to the message of the book. Public policy must be impartial; it must serve all the people; it must be open; and it must be multidisciplinary in its approach.'. Jessie Bernard, in this serious book, pulls into an analytic framework the research, theory, and polemics about the status and problems of women as they relate to public policy.

With a scholarly, deeply concerned eye, the author comprehensively examines areas of public interest, human resource development and utilization, self-fulfillment and sex roles, and the women's liberation : Jessie Bernard.

Put simply, the public interest is about what matters to everyone in society. It is about the common good, the general welfare and the security and well-being of everyone in the community we serve.

The public interest is not just what the readers, listeners or viewers want either as consumers or people who want to be entertained. “Public interest law” is a term that became widely adopted in the United States during and after the social turmoil of the s. It built upon a tradition exemplified by Louis Brandeis, who before becoming a U.S.

Supreme Court justice incorporated advocacy for the interests of the general public. Serve the interests of definition is - to do things to help (someone or something) often when it is not the best or most helpful thing for someone else.

How to use serve the interests of in a sentence. public service announcements (PSAs) B. aired by TV stations as part of their requirement to serve the public interest C.

produced by PR agencies and companies for use in TV newscasts D. eagerly accepted by TV news departments, especially in large markets E. all of the other options are correct. Public sector employees are not the “non producers” of the currently popular Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” worldview.

The public sector serves a three‐fold vital role as the provider of public goods, guardians of the commons and promoters a civic life essential to our communities. To serve the public interest: educational broadcasting in the United States.

Syracuse, N.Y: Syracuse University Press. MLA Citation. Blakely, Robert J. To serve the public interest: educational broadcasting in the United States / Robert J. Blakely ; foreword by McGeorge Bundy Syracuse University Press Syracuse, N.Y Australian/Harvard.

Drawing on the history of U.S. media regulation, Napoli offers an insightful framework for reimagining how social media can serve the public interest. Social Media and the Public Interest is an essential text for policy makers and those struggling to reduce the harm of caustic content and misinformation.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blakely, Robert J. To serve the public interest. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press,   Financial pressures and advertising concerns in the s led the networks to veer away from their commitment to serve the public interest, and "tabloid" television - celebrity, gossip-driven "soft news" - and news "magazines" became increasingly widespread.

We have an inviolate stewardship obligation to serve the public interest. Sustainability. At the Foundation for Accounting Education’s (FAE) annual sustainability conference last May, I had the pleasure of speaking with Mervyn King. Throughout his distinguished career, King has urged accountants to take on a leadership role that evolves.

Many people feel a need to serve the public interest or to increase the well-being of others, even of complete strangers. Andreoni and Miller () study such altruistic preferences in the lab and find that a majority of people are willing to spend some money (anonymously) in order to increase the well-being of unknown others.

1 In practice, two common ways of serving the public interest are. Book August This dissertation proposes a new PIC definition and a typology of the degree to which certain communications areas serve the public interest or do harm.

Furthermore, a. The Chinese were printing books using carved blocks of inked wood long before Gutenberg printed his Bible using movable type. True. The primary aim of networks such as CBS and NBC was to serve the public interest.

false. As a new network, CBS was able to compete with NBC by. Journals & Books; Help We develop a model where people differ in their altruistic preferences and can serve the public interest in two ways: by making donations to charity and by taking a public service job and exerting effort on the job.

Our theory predicts that people who are more altruistic are more likely to take a public service job. mately serve the public interest. The Public Interest The term “public interest” has generated a great discussion among scholars, theorists, practi-tioners, journalists, and social critics but little agreement on what it actually implies: it is a commonly held value; it is the wise or superior.

As its name suggests, the public interest model A model of government developed by political scientists that posits that politicians, bureaucrats, and other government workers serve the public in lieu of themselves. posits that government officials work in the interests of the public, of “the people,” if you will.In order to avoid consequences, journalists must use hacked data to serve the public interest.

Nabiha Syed, assistant general counsel for BuzzFeed, said this requires a thoughtful process. Journalists need to determine if the newsworthiness of the data outweighs the risks of using it.promote the public interest and serve the public good rather than to make a profit or advance the interests of a narrow group of individuals.

Their independence enables them to monitor government performance and advocate for improvements.