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A Legal & Institutional Supporting on Local Broadcast Development - Syntactic Approach about Special Act on the Development of Local Broadcasting

지역방송발전을 위한 법적·제도적 지원방안 -지역방송 발전지원 특별법의 성과와 한계를 중심으로

  • Kang, Chul-Soo (Dept. of welfare & lifelong education, Koguryeo College) ;
  • Kim, Dug-Mo (Dept. of Journalism & Broadcasting, Honam University)
  • Received : 2016.11.17
  • Accepted : 2017.01.20
  • Published : 2017.01.28

Abstract

According to the change in media environment, a support plan for local broadcast has been required. In terms of legal and institutional support for the development of local broadcast, the enactment of special Act for local broadcast has become a breakthrough. In this point of view, we analyzed the performance and the limitation of the special Act. As a literature research, analyzing the literature and related-ordinances, we have sought legal and institutional support plans for the local broadcast. As a result, with the Local Broadcast Development Council being in charge of legislative right and responsibility, a plan to empower them to have legal and institutional authority should be drawn; another plan to secure independence in operating a fund and to promote the capability to produce local broadcast programs and the distribution system should be drawn; the other elaborate plan for the locality index that assesses the locality is required. Local broadcast should be on a way to secure not only public interest and concern but locality and diversity; legal and institutional plans should be sought.

Keywords

Local broadcasting;Legal & Institutional supporting;Special Act on Supporting Local Broadcast;Local Broadcast Development Council;Local Broadcast Development & Support Plan

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