[FoME] Fwd: [ecrea] Media systems in CEE - country reports

Christian Mihr mihr at n-ost.org
Mo Sep 12 14:01:56 CEST 2011


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Betreff: 	[ecrea] Media systems in CEE - country reports
Datum: 	Thu, 25 Aug 2011 10:32:19 +0200
Von: 	Carpentier Nico <nico.carpentier at vub.ac.be>
Antwort an: 	n.carpentier at lboro.ac.uk
An: 	ecrea <ecrea at listserv.vub.ac.be>

*_Media and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe: 2011 Country Reports_*

We are pleased to announce that the first outcomes of the ERC-funded 
project Media and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe have just been 
published on the project's website


These reports present an overview of the transformation and current 
state of each of our ten countries' media landscapes, that is Bulgaria, 
Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, 
Slovakia and Slovenia, putting them into their demographic, economic and 
political context. They focus on print and electronic media market 
structures, on media regulation and the regulatory authorities, and on 
journalism culture.

The aim is to present this information in such a way as to facilitate 
comparison across the ten nations studied, which is one of the project's 
next tasks. The findings are based on existing academic sources, 
documents and corporate materials, and a series of elite interviews 
conducted in 2010. The reports were last updated in June-July 2011.

The MDCEE project is funded by the European Research Council and managed 
through the University of Oxford's Department of Politics and 
International Relations. Our core research team is based at St Antony's 
College, University of Oxford, and at the London School of Economics and 
Political Science. We are also working with a range of Visiting Fellows 
who specialise in media and democracy Central and Eastern Europe. For 
more information about the project, visit http://mde.politics.ox.ac.uk

Kind regards,

Vaclav Stetka (on behalf of the MDCEE project).


Dr. Vaclav Stetka

Senior Research Fellow

Department of Politics and International Relations / St. Antony's College

University of Oxford

tel. + 44 (0) 1865 274499

GSM: + 44 (0) 7904458622

email: vaclav.stetka at politics.ox.ac.uk 
<mailto:vaclav.stetka at politics.ox.ac.uk>


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