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Public Trust And Management Skill
Michael Hedges November 12, 2012 Follow on Twitter
Public broadcasters have become easy targets in recent years for doing too little, doing too much or doing it wrong. Keeping the 'public service' flame comes from size, polish and independence from the political gruel. Public broadcasters have endured the periodic raging of critics because public trust remains high. Once that is compromised competitors and angry politicians have the last word. available for restricted access.
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