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Submissions from 2013

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The Algorithm as Institution: Toward a Theoretical Framework for Automated Media Production and Consumption, Philip M. Napoli

Submissions from 2011

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The Programme Typology and its Association with the Study of Diversity and the Audience Viewing Figures: The Typological Strategy of the Greek Television Programme, Andreas Masouras

Submissions from 2010

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Diversity 2.0: Rethinking Audiences, Participation, and Policies, Minna Aslama and Philip M. Napoli

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The Case for Title II: Handicapping the Next Network Neutrality Judicial Ruling, Mark Cooper

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The Future of Journalism and Public Media: Toward a Comprehensive Theory of Market Failure and Public Policy Responses, Mark Cooper

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The Future of Journalism is not in the Past: Reframing the Debate Over how to "Save" Journalism, Mark Cooper

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Technical Practice and Identity Work in Democratic Media Activism, Christina Dunbar-Hester

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Persistent and Emergent Diversity Policy Concerns in an Evolving Media Environment:Toward a Reflective Research Agenda, Philip M. Napoli

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The Local People Meter, the Portable People Meter, and the Unsettled Law and Policy of Audience Measurement in the U.S., Philip M. Napoli

Submissions from 2008

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POLICIES OF INERTIA OR INNOVATION? EUROPEAN PUBLIC SERVICE IN TRANSITION FROM PSB TO PSM, Minna Aslama

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Audience Measurement and Media Policy: Audience Economics, the Diversity Principle, and the Local People Meter, Philip M. Napoli

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DIVERSITY AS AN EMERGING PRINCIPLE OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE, Philip M. Napoli

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ISSUES AND CHALLENGES FACING INTERNET GOVERNANCE: A REPORT FROM THE 2007 INTERNET GOVERNANCE FORUM, Philip M. Napoli

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PARADOXES OF MEDIA POLICY ANALYSIS: IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC INTEREST MEDIA REGULATION, Philip M. Napoli

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REVISITING “MASS COMMUNICATION” AND THE “WORK” OF THE AUDIENCE IN THE NEW MEDIA ENVIRONMENT, Philip M. Napoli

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THE RATIONALIZATION OF AUDIENCE UNDERSTANDING, Philip M. Napoli

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TOWARD A MODEL OF AUDIENCE EVOLUTION: NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF MEDIA AUDIENCES, Philip M. Napoli

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Media Ownership and the Diversity Index: Outlining a Social Science Research Agenda, Philip M. Napoli and Nancy Gillis

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Access to Audiences as a First Amendment Right: Its Relevance and Implications for Electronic Media Policy, Philip M. Napoli and Sheea T. Sybblis

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TOWARD A FEDERAL DATA AGENDA FOR COMMUNICATIONS POLICYMAKING, Philip M. Philip and Joe Karaganis

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Market Competition, Station Ownership, and Local News andPublic Affairs Programming on Local Broadcast Television, Michael Yan and Philip M. Napoli

Submissions from 2007

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Corporate Governance: The Revival of an Academic, Professional, and Policy Field, Juan P. Artero

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Media Policy: An Overview of the Field, Philip M. Napoli

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Media Policy: An Overview of the Field, Philip M. Napoli

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Public Interest Media Activism and Advocacy as a Social Movement: A Review of the Literature, Philip M. Napoli

Consumer Brand Equity of the Media: The Value Perceptions of Professional Media Buyers, Mart Ots and Dr. Per-Erik Wolff

Submissions from 2006

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Intellectual Scaffolding: On Peter Dahlgren's Theorization of Television and the Public Sphere, Minna Aslama

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The Diversity Challenge: Changing Television Markets and Public Service Programming in Finland, 1993-2004, Minna Aslama

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Bridging Cultural Policy and Media Policy in the U.S.: Challenges and Opportunities, Philip M. Napoli

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Necessary Knowledge For Communications Policy: Information Inequalities and Commercial Data Access and Usage in the Policymaking Process, Philip M. Napoli and Michelle Seaton

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Newspaper/Television Cross-Ownership and Local News and Public Affairs Programming on Television Stations: An Empirical Analysis, Michael Z. Yan

Submissions from 2005

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Ownership Concentration and Indecency: Is There a Link?, Jonathan Rintels and Philip M. Napoli

Submissions from 2004

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When Law and Social Science Go Hand in Glove -- Usage and Importance of Local and National News Sources: Critical Questions and Answers for Media Market Analysis, Mark Cooper

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Media Economics and Media Policy: The Good and the Bad, Philip M. Napoli