The German Journalists’ Association has warned the public to limit the possibilities of digital broadcasting services. ARD, ZDF Germany and radio would have in the future opportunities and resources to existing digital-quality channels to expand and develop new offerings, called DJV chairman Michael Konken Federal. He pointed to the contrary-denominated assets as the Association of Private Broadcasting and Telemedia (VPRT) back. The VPRT had demanded in a paper-saving potential of public service broadcasting, the closure of the digital channels (Franklin 2001, p. 129). “The future is digital,” said Konken. Why did the public broadcasting also entitled to be programs on digital channels and electronic media to disseminate. Otherwise threaten the future of public broadcasting in a niche in an otherwise consistently oriented noncommercial television and radio world. This is neither socially desirable nor this corresponds to the order of the public broadcasters.