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<FCCレポート> 米国連邦通信委員会はマスメディアのためには何もしない宣言!!


 ギガオムの記事ですが米国連邦通信委員会がコミュニティの情報ニーズと題するレポートを提出し、メディアの未来に政府は何もしないと述べています。
 特にポイントなのはインターネットの台頭で影響を受けている新聞とローカルテレビの経営危機、倒産に関しても介入しないと言う立場です。
 これには賛否両論があるようです。新聞を非営利の公共機関として残すと言う案もありますが、政府はお金を出しません。税額の免除案も取り上げられていません。
これは結構厳しいです。
 このレポートに対しAOLが自宅をオフィスにして安い値段でジャーナルストを働かせているPatch editor/reportersと言うAOLの制度こそ解決策だとのべています。
 
 http://transition.fcc.gov/osp/inc-report/The_Information_Needs_of_Communities.pdf
 ★★ FCC to media: Don’t look to us, we can’t help you
It effectively tells media companies that the government can’t do much to help them, and the companies had better start adapting.


Much of the 475-page report, entitled “The Information Needs of Communities: The Changing Media Landscape in a BroadBand Age” (the full PDF version is located here and the text is also embedded at the end of this post) is an exhaustive catalogue of the decline of traditional media over the past decade: the fall in circulation, the disappearance of newspapers and local TV stations and other sources of news and journalism, the ongoing decline in advertising revenue, and so on.
・・・・・
Within hours of the report’s release, AOL released a statement arguing that its ongoing Patch hyperlocal effort is helping to fill that gap, with Patch editor/reporters in more than 800 towns across the U.S. and some high-profile “investigative” stories to its credit. But the success of Patch as a business is still a large question mark, despite the more than $100 million that AOL has poured into it over the last year and a half.
When the FCC media report was first being discussed, it looked as though some media outlets and lobbying groups were going to try to convince the agency to propose tax breaks and other subsidies that would help newspapers or traditional media entities stay afloat – including a proposal to allow newspapers to claim tax-free status. But the FCC’s report does not advocate any of these things.

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