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Youth television and platform neutral public service broadcasting

Woods, F. (2018) Youth television and platform neutral public service broadcasting. In: Johnson, D. (ed.) From Networks to Netflix: : A Guide to Changing Channels. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 297-307, Chapter 28. ISBN 9781138998490

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This chapter explores the 2016 “reinvention” of BBC Three as a “platform neutral” on-demand channel delivered in national and global digital spaces across the BBC iPlayer and social media platforms, arguing that the move pulled at preexisting tensions between public service broadcasting, commercial television, and the youth market.

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