[FoME] Study on Indicators for Media Pluralism in the Member States: Invitation to the stakeholder workshop (Brussels, CCAB, 8 June 2009)

Sofie Jannusch Sofie.Jannusch at CAMECO.ORG
Do Apr 30 12:31:28 CEST 2009

>The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven 
>(<http://law.kuleuven.be/icri/>ICRI-IBBT), in partnership with Jönköping 
>International Business School (<http://www.ihh.hj.se/mmt/>JIBS-MMTC), 
>Central European University Budapest (<http://www.cmcs.ceu.hu/>CEU-CMCS), 
>Ernst & Young Consultancy Belgium and subcontractors from various Member 
>States, has been completing a study for the European Commission, DG 
>Information Society and Media, on "Indicators for Media Pluralism - Towards 
>a Risk-Based Approach".
>This study forms part of the European Commission's 
>approach for advancing the debate on media pluralism within the European 
>Union. The approach was launched in January 2007 with a 
>Staff Working Paper and  will culminate with  a Commission Communication on 
>media pluralism  indicators in due course. The objective of our study was 
>to develop a monitoring tool for assessing media pluralism in the EU Member 
>States and identifying threats to such pluralism based on a set of 
>indicators, covering pertinent legal, economic and socio-cultural 
>considerations. The outcome of this study is a prototype for a European 
>Media Pluralism Monitor.
>We would like to invite you to the stakeholder workshop where the study 
>team will present the findings and conclusions of the study, as contained 
>in the Preliminary Final Report, the prototype of the Media Pluralism 
>Monitor and its User Guide, for discussion by stakeholders, including 
>Member State officials, regulators, industry representatives and 
>non-governmental organisations.
>The workshop will thus be an opportunity for stakeholders across the 
>European Union to express their opinions on the study's findings and the 
>functioning of the Media Pluralism Monitor. These views will contribute to 
>the formulation of conclusions and recommendations in the final report.
>The workshop will take place in Brussels, on Monday 8th June, 2009 (10 am - 
>5 pm), in the Albert Borschette Conference Centre in Rue Froissart 36, room 
>AB-0D. Simultaneous translation will be provided in three languages (EN, FR 
>and DE).
>More details are available from the European Commission's and IBBT's 
>websites via this link: 
>such as:
>Practical details for the workshop;
>Online registration (deadline: June 1st, 2009);
>Electronic copies of the Preliminary Final Report and its 
>-An evaluation / feedback form for providing comments to the 
>study team (to return before June 10th, 2009 to 
><mailto:mediapluralism at law.kuleuven.be>mediapluralism at law.kuleuven.be).
>Please be aware that places for the workshop are limited, so we advise you 
>to confirm your attendance as soon as possible. If necessary, participants 
>will be accepted according to the order in which the registration has been 
>made and/or participation will be limited to one representative per 
>organisation. DG INFSO is unfortunately unable to cover costs related to 
>the participation in the workshop.
>You will receive an official invitation/acceptance of your registration the 
>week before the workshop, together with a detailed agenda for the day.
>The workshop will also be streamed live online via  the web (the link will 
>be made available a few days before the workshop).
>The study consortium looks forward to meeting you at the workshop, or 
>welcoming you as a member of our online audience.
>Kind regards,
>Peggy Valcke (project leader)
>Prof. Dr. Peggy Valcke
>Assistant Professor Media and Communications Law; Postdoctoral Researcher
>K.U. Leuven & K.U. Brussel
>Interdisciplinary Centre for Law & ICT (ICRI) - Institute for Broadband 
>Technology (IBBT)
>Sint-Michielsstraat 6
>B-3000 Leuven
>BELGIUM>[t] +32 16 325 470
>[f] +32 16 325 438
>[e] peggy.valcke at law.kuleuven.be 
>[w] www.icri.be; www.ibbt.be 

A. Sofie Jannusch
Catholic Media Council
P.O.Box 10 21 04
52021 Aachen
Fon: **49-241-70 13 12 12
skype: sofie.jannusch
Fax:  **49-241-70 13 12 33
Email: sofie.jannusch at cameco.org
Internet: http://www.cameco.org
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