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Henk Erik Meier, Jörg Hagenah, and Malte Jetzke

public broadcasters in competitive environments . European Journal of Communication, 18 ( 3 ),  337 – 365 . doi:10.1177/02673231030183003 10.1177/02673231030183003 Meier , H.E. ( 2008 ). Independent regulatory bodies and impossible jobs: The failure of German public service broadcasting regulation

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Kathryn E. Shea

subsidization in the future that prioritizes technology-neutral distribution according to media function and for regulatory and institutional interventions to focus on supporting media voices that serve the purpose of “public-service journalism.” In addition, he believes that public-service broadcasting

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Emma Pullen, Daniel Jackson, Michael Silk, P. David Howe, and Carla Filomena Silva

restrict the narrative repertoire available to both para-athletes and disabled people to story their own identities. Relatedly, for media practitioners working in public service broadcasting—those with the power to mediate—these findings provide an opportunity to actively shape narrative content that can