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This represented certainly a minority but by no means a marginal share of the market. The role of the center-right government in shaping this outcome was key. Most notably through the use of substantial public money to expedite the digital transition, the government had managed to make DTT a successful proposition. S. Galperin has argued that national governments of these two countries have had “considerable autonomy to shape the transition in consonance with domestic policy agendas and protect established arrangements in the communications sector” (2004: 284).
Returning to Magliaro’s comments, all of these decisions are presented by him as part of a single initiative. In a complex metaphor bringing together soccer (“Serie A,” the Italian equivalent of the English Premier League), the right to vote and the need for RAI International, Magliaro notes: You will have RAI because it’s the right thing to do. ” And it’s not enough that we say it, it’s time that we do something about it. You cannot be recognized as Serie “A” citizens without the benefit of a public broadcasting system that includes both radio and TV from the country of origin, in this case, Italy.
In the summer of 2004, Canadian Heritage Minister Liza Frulla commissioned a report on the status of third-language broadcasters in Canada from a three-person committee chaired by Quebec MP Clifford Lincoln entitled Integration and Cultural Diversity. The report acknowledged that the present system of regulating ethnic television was no longer sufficient in an era defined by the rise of the digital distribution and the proliferation of services. The panel called for a more balanced approach in which existing Canadian services would not always be given preferential treatment.
Beyond Monopoly: Globalization and Contemporary Italian Media (Critical Media Studies) by Michela Ardizzoni, Chiara Ferrari