Public Television Programming Strategy Before and After Competition: The Greek Case

  title={Public Television Programming Strategy Before and After Competition: The Greek Case},
  author={George Tsourvakas},
  journal={Journal of Media Economics},
  pages={193 - 205}
This study analyzes the changes introduced to public television programming by commercial competition. The examination of Greek television programs from 1987-1989, before free competition began, and 1990-1992, after competition was introduced, reveals after competition public television broadcasters developed similar programs to those of their private counterparts. 
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