The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF)

The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) is a research and training centre that aims to develop innovative and relevant lines of research on media freedom and pluralism in Europe and beyond, and to provide knowledge support to the international, European and national policy and rulemaking processes. It is directed by Pier Luigi Parcu and co-financed by the European Union.

 

 

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5.02.2019

Adapting the Understanding of Media Market Plurality to the New Digital Realities

The Media Pluralism Monitor considers market plurality as one of the four areas that determine the conditions for media pluralism in a given country (the other three areas are: Basic Protection, Political Independence and Social Inclusiveness). However, the conditions and the composition of players in the media markets have seen profound changes over the last decades in ways that potentially affect plurality and diversity. Thus, the understanding of what the media market is and which are the measures to assess its pluralism should be re-considered. This paper attempts to take a step in this direction. Read More ...

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10.01.2019

Information Crisis and the Role of National Regulators

By Ľuboš Kukliš Chair of ERGA and chief executive at the Council for Broadcasting and Retransmission of Slovakia Twitter: @LubosKuklis   Rules covering news, current affairs Read More ...

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1.01.2019

Job Opportunities: Researchers Needed

The CMPF requires two new full-time research assistants to join our team in 2019. The roles are based at our office in Florence and will Read More ...

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21.12.2018

Conference Report: Monitoring Media Pluralism in Europe – Between Old Risks and New Threats, 7 December 2018

Following the publication of the 2017 Media Pluralism Monitor the CMPF held a major conference in Brussels to discuss the results and reflect on the Read More ...

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16.10.2018

The Case for Moving Away from Platforms’ Algorithm-Created Incentives

By Karis Hustad, student in the Erasmus Mundus MA in Journalism, Media and Globalisation at Aarhus University and City, University of London       Read More ...

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10.10.2018

Freedom of Expression and Pluralism in the Digital Age: The role of National Media Authorities

By Adriana Mutu Department of Communication Studies , Abat Oliba CEU University Following the privatisation of former state-owned enterprises and the liberalisation of markets, National Regulatory Read More ...

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