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Public service TV is often defined as the general in TV service. The transmission covers the whole country, independent of commercial and political interests. It shall feature a variety of programs, offering width, high quality and objective reporting of societal issues.
Public service shall give an important contribution to a democratic society through news, debates, debatesprograms, documentaries, cultural programming, dramas, entertainment, sports, and so on. It shall have width and a great number of programs so that each viewer can find their own important programs. Public service TV doesn't need to seek a wide audience in every program; it can also create programs for smaller groups.
Some interesting questions about public service TV are:
We asked these questions to some politicians and media people from both sides.