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Broadcasting on a budget in the multi-service communication model

G. Itkis, I. Newman, A. Schuster
Proceedings. Fifth International Conference on High Performance Computing (Cat. No. 98EX238)  
In general, these conditions assert that each level (time point) in the schedule is consistent, based on the consistency of previous levels.  ...  This fact, together with a consistent starting/ending level, and a total time/budget as required, is enough to assert the existence of the schedule.  ...  In the MULTI SERVICE model, at each point, a node (client or a commissioned service) may activate only one service.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hipc.1998.737985 dblp:conf/hipc/ItkisNS98 fatcat:d57gzy7yijgbvfj3cl6lusglum

The ABC, the Australian Children's Television Foundation and the Emergence of Digital Children's Television in Australia

Leonie Rutherford
2014 Media International Australia: Incorporating Culture & Policy  
This article analyses the campaign to establish terrestrial digital children's public service broadcasting in Australia.  ...  for the public service broadcaster that ultimately helped determine the shape of its current digital channel portfolio.  ...  5 See the OzTam: Measuring Audiences reports for 2013 at www.oztam.com.au/ LatestAvailableReports.aspx.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1329878x1415100103 fatcat:jlsom3ncezdh5o7d7aizklo2yy

'It could redefine public service broadcasting in the digital age'

Phil Ramsey
2016 Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies  
In November 2015 the BBC Trust gave its final approval for BBC Three to cease broadcasting on television in the UK and become an online--only entity.  ...  The decision is a landmark moment in the history of BBC Television, and has significant implications for BBC planning in relation to the continued transition from broadcast television to streaming and  ...  Second, in relation to market impact, CC modelled what the likely impact would be on the wider broadcasting market.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1354856516659001 fatcat:rokmmrmdffa5fpasxlkdhfem7m

DPCrowd: Privacy-preserving and Communication-efficient Decentralized Statistical Estimation for Real-time Crowd-sourced Data

Xuebin Ren, Chia-Mu Yu, Wei Yu, Xinyu Yang, Jun Zhao, Shusen Yang
2020 IEEE Internet of Things Journal  
Also, the real-time broadcasting would bring significant overheads in the whole network.  ...  may suffer a great utility loss from the real-time and multi-dimensional crowd-sourced data.  ...  Service Providers& Analysts Distributed Servers Registered Users Crowd Communication Model.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jiot.2020.3020089 fatcat:qwycqcrhkjai3gk2tnnndkznzy

Efficient Multihop Broadcast with Distributed Protocol Evolution [chapter]

Bernát Wiandt, Vilmos Simon, Endre Sándor Varga
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
protocol instances, and (iii) a budget based fair execution model for competing protocols.  ...  In this paper we describe an efficient way of implementing multi hop broadcast in ad hoc mobile networks with an online, distributed machine intelligence solution.  ...  Introduction Choosing the right communication protocols for achieving efficient multi-hop broadcast in a mobile ad hoc network proved to be a complex problem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-32808-4_28 fatcat:abcqm2lannczroe7hgh7vkzzbu

Lessons from Digital Switchover in South Korea

Hyunsun Yoon
2013 Television & New Media  
the switchover, I conclude that the South Korea's digital switchover is a partial success and there is continued need for a centralized hub collaborating between the government, the broadcasters, and  ...  Although Korea embarked on its journey towards digital television relatively early, its progress has been slow and the outcome was only a partial success.  ...  Looking at the process and trade-offs between competitor services in Korea, it is worth reflecting on decisions that will sustain either a viable public service broadcasting model or an expansion of commercial  ... 
doi:10.1177/1527476413487817 fatcat:d7ijyh74mfdgfe57tfif7fx3na

Enacting cultural diversity through multicultural radio in Australia

Chris Lawe Davies
2005 Communications  
Today, Australia has a public sector corporation, the Special Broadcasting Service, administering five radio services in 68 languages.  ...  One such 'legislative' enactment saw the establishment of multicultural broadcasting in Australia, as arguably a world-first, both in its comprehensiveness and diversity.  ...  Its only solution is to expand its own services through digital multi-channeling, in a bid to now catch up with the community sector.  ... 
doi:10.1515/comm.2005.30.4.409 fatcat:7ig6d3doezczhbq7dcflyn5jpa

ROMANIAN PUBLIC SERVICE TELEVISION: THE PURSUIT OF AUDIENCE IN A MULTI-PLATFORM CONTEXT

Bianca MITU
2015 Ecoforum  
What are the present challenges and what is the future of the Romanian public service television in the age of multi-platform broadcasting?  ...  Despite the free access to information and the use of digital technology, the Eastern European public service television is still in a shading cone mostly because of the small scale of their broadcasting  ...  TVR must not focus only on the traditional broadcasting functions and content, such as radio and television services, but also on the online new communication multi-platforms.  ... 
doaj:da3b3cf5072a496a8dbd49315d72827d fatcat:6cd2k6bmynapbbvdtr54wn3t54

Rank-Based Routing under Blind Information for Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks

2016 International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)  
In order to tackle the above problems, this paper introduces a server known as the Secondary Service Provider (SSP) with a rank-based routing algorithm.  ...  It optimally distributes the traffic over the spectrum bands based on budget constraints. The system is matched to practical scenarios by the inclusion of blind information.  ...  Broadcast collisions can also be mitigated. It considers budget constraints in path selection. It reduces the delay in servicing requests. It provides a cost effective means of communication.  ... 
doi:10.21275/v5i4.nov162644 fatcat:3qzwdolthbez7k4pz6ogtpfpvu

Media Archives and Digital Preservation: Overcoming Cultural Barriers

Beth Delaney, Annemieke de Jong
2015 New Review of Information Networking  
If not, is there a danger that media collections will be lost as part of the social and cultural record?  ...  However, a robust take-up of digital preservation standards such as OAIS has not occurred. A key question is whether or not implementing these standards is relevant in all media archives.  ...  By adapting an IT service management model to the media archive context, one can conclude that implementing preservation as a service is not relevant for broadcast archives; the focus on storage and access  ... 
doi:10.1080/13614576.2015.1112626 fatcat:ngu4ifvxanf7pkes7vio6qqk24

Taiwan Public Service Broadcasting—Devoted Professionalism, Representative Civil Society, and Weak Governance [chapter]

Hamilton Chung-Ming Cheng, Yang Lee
2016 Public Service Media Initiatives in the Global South  
In the conclusion, we offer recommendations for optimal reform that will ensure Taiwan PSB as a distinctive approach in the landscape of East Asian public media, with the potential to be a useful model  ...  Public broadcasting in Taiwan was originally one over-the-air with generalist channel characterized by the impartiality, diversity and knowledge-driven programming the channel has provided.  ...  Transitioning from PSB to PSM The digitalization of PSB is the first step to transform public service broadcasters from a oneto-many model to a two-way interactive model.  ... 
doi:10.21810/sfulibrary.1.12 fatcat:pt4vcmzdp5dxtk26smp5blkwfe

Multi-Platform Television and Business Models: A Babylonian Clutter of Definitions and Concepts

Sabine Baumann, Tim Christopher Hasenpusch
2016 Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture  
Based on this differentiation between Hybrid TV and multi-screening and recent studies on customer behaviour, the authors discuss emerging business model opportunities for TV broadcasters within a reconfigured  ...  The field of multi-platform television is suffering from a Babylonian clutter of definitions and concepts hampering its development especially in terms of establishing new business models for it.  ...  other hand broadcasters' budgets are limited since the interaction rate of consumers is lower than expected.  ... 
doi:10.16997/wpcc.219 fatcat:y2syijfszfdizao3vc43ejiq5i

Rationalizing Creativity—Rationalizing Public Service: Is Scheduling Management Fit for the Digital Era?

Ann-Marie Murray
2013 JMM - The International Journal on Media Management  
Once the PSG has decided on the needs of the schedule and allocated the budget for each slot, these are communicated to producers via commissioning editors: . . .  ...  BUDGET CONTROL Rather than planning on a season-by-season basis, the PSG now prepares the schedules up to one year in advance.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14241277.2013.782500 fatcat:k4gxo3abyngezcxc3nilxc6qsa

The Public Service Publisher – an Obituary

Des Freedman
2009 Journal of British Cinema and Television  
In 2005, the British communications regulator Ofcom released its review of public service broadcasting (PSB), the remit governing the majority of broadcasters throughout British broadcasting history.  ...  While supporting a continuing role for PSB in a digital era, Ofcom found that the arrangement whereby commercial broadcasters provided public service programming in return for access to the airwaves was  ...  Acknowledgements This article is based on research carried out for the Future of Public Media programme at the Centre for Social Media, American University, Washington, DC.  ... 
doi:10.3366/e1743452109000715 fatcat:wmf3foyixnb35mc4ldieqs7hpq

The Special Broadcasting Service after 30 Years: Public Service Media and New Ways of Thinking about Media and Citizenship

Terry Flew
2009 Media International Australia: Incorporating Culture & Policy  
One is that SBS was established as a low-cost broadcaster, and it has consistently struggled to get budget appropriations for the Federal government to maintain its ongoing activities, and to undertake  ...  This question was raised in the context of the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (DBCDE) undertaking a review of national broadcasting in the 21 st century for the Minister  ... 
doi:10.1177/1329878x0913300103 fatcat:fl55hhe3gvbjza2h2sd3z2s5wy
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