- Public policies to support a diversity of high-quality media content remain highly relevant to the objectives of the Convention, as watching television and listening to radio remain central forms of cultural activity for most people around the world.
- There have been many substantial improvements in the legislative base for media freedom and diversity, as governments update their public service media goals and systems.
- Creativity and diversity in both the public service and private media are being enhanced through quota regulations, currently applied by 90 countries around the world.
- New policy frameworks adapted to the digital context are beginning to respond to the challenges of horizontal and vertical media convergence.
- However, forward-looking public service media policy models that would serve the needs of all individuals and groups and respond to changes in public thinking, as well as processes of convergence, have yet to be implemented.
Photo: Creative Commons, One Divided into Three, Korea.net, Flickr - licensed under CC BY 2.0, 2014. Photographed by Jeon Han, Republic of Korea