(October 26, 2021, online)
Lizzie presents project findings for the community of the International Association of Public Media Researchers (IAMPR); IAPMR@Dialogues.
(October 25, 2019, Dortmund, Germany)
Lizzie delivers keynote speech during international conference entitled "Inter/Transnational Media Policy and Regulation in the Digital Environments".
(November 11, 2019, Sofia, Bulgaria)
Michał delivers keynote speech during the COMPACT project symposium "Technology and Regulation in a Convergent Environment. The Role of Social Media and Its Implications". Photo with Bissera Zankova (Media 21 Foundation).
(October 18, 2019, Moscow, Russia)
Michał delivers keynote speech during the international "Moscow Readings" conference. Photo with Mark Deuze (University of Amsterdam), Anna Gladkova (Moscow State University) and Paolo Mancini (University of Perugia).
(October 8, 2019, Brussels, Belgium)
Lizzie and Michał present findings from the study during the final "MediaRoad" project event in Brussels (photo: MediaRoad).
(September 21, 2019, Warsaw, Poland)
Michał presents project findings during the congress of the Polish Communication Association "Media Power: People, Organisations, Technologies".
(June 5–7, 2019, Limassol, Cyprus)
Lizzie presenting paper during the annual conference of the European Media Management Association.
(October 18-20, 2018, Madrid, Spain)
Lizzie speaks about new forms of public service media during the RIPE@2018 conference: "Universalism and Public Service Media".
(September 19-21, 2018, Porto, Portugal)
Michał presents indicative research findings during Creative Industries and Media Management – workshop and conference organised by prof. Paulo Faustino and his team (University of Porto).
(June 19, 2018, Brussels, Belgium)
Michał joins the panel on Brussel's Media Ecosystem during Mediahub Brussels conference.
(June 15, 2018, Warsaw, Poland)
Professor Lizzie Jackson presents indicative findings during the plenary session of #emmaWarsaw 2018 – annual conference of the European Media Management Association.
(June 13, 2018, Warsaw, Poland)
Lizzie and Michał organise one day participatory event to experiment with new ways of knowledge share in a form of an Unconference.
(May 9, 2018, Cape Town, South Africa)
Michał presents the project findings during the World Media Economics and Management Conference.
(October 19, 2017, Warsaw, Poland)
Professor Lizzie Jackson delivers lecture at the Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book Studies, University of Warsaw.
(September 22-24, 2016, Antwerp, Belgium)
Professor Lizzie Jackson delivers a keynote speech at the bi-annual conference for media scholars specialising in the study of public service media, RIPE 2016 Conference: Public Service Media in a Networked Society?
(June 15-18, 2016, Tartu, Estonia)
Dr Michał Głowacki delivers speech on project methodology during CEECOM 2016 conference Media and Communication studies: bridging disciplines, bridging countries.
(May 18-19, 2016, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Dr Michal Glowacki delivers speech "The Role of Political Will in the Evolution of Public Service Media" during international conference Future of Public Service Media in the Western Balkans: Never-ending Transition?
(March 3, 2016, Warsaw, Poland)
In 2016, we organised workshop on methodology in connection with the ongoing project. We discussed the shape of the overall Case Study as well as adjustments to methodology with Christian S. Nissen, Charles Brown and Tarek Virani.
(June 19-20, 2015, Warsaw, Poland)
Professor Lizzie Jackson delivers a keyonote speech during international conference Public Service Media in the Digital Mediascapes.
(May 12-14, 2013, Warsaw, Poland)
In 2013, before the project began, we organised a preparatory event that drew together industry practitioners, policy-makers and practitioners at the University of Warsaw. It was supported by the European Science Foundation (ESF). Over 20 policy makers, media practitioners and scholars gathered together to work towards a pan-European innovation ‘lab’ or similar initiative to assist leaders of PSM firms to adapt. The specific aim was to examine models, strategies, and managerial theories and to look at how these connect with emerging genres of content and services in the digital realm.