The Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle Fernsehen (FSF)
(Voluntary Television Self-Regulation Body) takes its 25th anniversary as an opportunity to discuss with experts from media policy, media economics and media science how television will develop or reinvent itself in the light of digitalisation and the emergence of on-demand and streaming services? The question of the future of the protection of minors from harmful media is of paramount importance: How can technical solutions and orientation offers be interlinked in order to enable a positive development with media? And what socio-political and ethical questions concerning audio-visual media will (still) be relevant in the future?
In this context, Dr. Stephan Dreyer
will give the following lecture: "Inhalte, Interaktion, Infrastrukturen: Die Selbstkontrollen im Jugendmedienschutz der Zukunft [Contents, Interaction, Infrastructures: Self-Controls in the Protection of Minors from Harmful Media of the Future]."