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Media policies revisited : the challenge for media freedom and independence

Author: Evangelia Psychogiopoulou
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. ©2014
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"What are the characteristics that render the media free and independent, and do European media policies develop in ways that promote media freedom and independence? What are the main constraints or threats to the operation of free and independent media, and what are the policy processes, institutional structures, regulatory practices and tools that can help counteract these? In a period of profound changes brought  Read more...
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Media policies revisited.
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
(DLC) 2014002942
(OCoLC)858353468
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Evangelia Psychogiopoulou
ISBN: 9781137337849 1137337842
OCLC Number: 873553609
Description: 1 online resource (x, 294 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction; Evangelia Psychogiopoulou --
1. The Emerging Governance Pattern in Media and Communications; Petros Iosifidis --
2. Media Freedom and Independence in Contemporary Democratic Societies; Evangelia Psychogiopoulou --
PART I: MEDIA POLICY PROCESSES AND REGULATORY PATTERNS --
3. Media Policy and New Regulatory Systems in Denmark; Henrik S̜ndergaard and Rasmus Helles --
4. Multi-Level and Interrelated Media Policy Processes in Germany: An Enabling or Constraining Factor for Free and Independent Media?; Sebastian Muller and Christoph Gusy --
5. The 'Piranha' Model: Power Plays and Dynamics of Policy-Making Addressing Free and Independent Media in Romania; Ioana Avadani and Cristian Ghinea --
6. The National versus the European: The Croatian Roadmap to Media Freedom and Independence; Nada vob-Dokic and Pako Bilic --
PART II: COURTS --
7. The Role of Courts in Protecting the Freedom of Expression in Italy; Federica Casarosa and Elda Brogi --
8. The Freedom of Expression in the Media and the Slovak Judiciary; Andrej kolkay --
9. Protecting the Public Interest in a Free Press: The Role of Courts and Regulators in the United Kingdom; Yolande Stolte and Rachael Craufurd Smith --
PART III: MEDIA FINANCE AND BUSINESS MODELS --
10. Changing Conditions of Competition for Public Service and Commercial Media in Belgium: Implications for Media Independence; Pierre-Fraṅois Docquir and Bart Van Besien --
11. New Business Models for the Media: The Spanish Case ; Juan Luis Manfredi and Juan Pablo Artero --
12. The Media in Bulgaria: Business Enterprises or PR Divisions of Business Groups?; Ruzha Smilova --
PART IV: THE JOURNALISTIC PROFESSION --
13. The State of the Journalistic Profession in Turkey; Ceren S̲zeri and Dilek Kurban --
14. The Role of Professional Journalism in the 'Small' Estonian Democracy; Halliki Harro-Loit and Urmas Loit --
15. Journalists' Self-Regulation in Greece; Evangelia Psychogiopoulou, Anna Kandyla and Dia Anagnostou --
16. Ethical Demands and Responsibilities in Online Publishing: The Finnish Experience; Epp Lauk and Heikki Kuutti --
Conclusion: Towards Media Freedom and Independence; Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.
Responsibility: edited by Evangelia Psychogiopoulou, Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy.
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