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

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

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Bulgarian TV Journalist, Viktoria Marinova, Murdered

We, the CMPF are appalled to learn of yet another shocking and brutal murder of 30 year old European journalist Viktoria Marinova in Bulgaria on Read More ...





Videos: What Happened at the 2018 CMPF Summer School?

The week-long 2018 CMPF Summer School kicked off on June 11 at with a core focus on journalism in the era of algorithms and artificial intelligence. Read More ...

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Participants of the Data Access Initiative workshop


Data Access Initiative Workshop – Report and Video Interview with David Kaye

On Monday 25 June the CMPF hosted the second Data Access Initiative workshop, co-organised with the Media Policy Lab (a project of the media authority Berlin-Brandenburg - mabb), Die Medienanstalten and involving ERGA and EPRA. Read More ...

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Work with Us! Vacancy for Three Research Assistants – Deadline Extended June 30

The CMPF currently has three vacancies for full-time research assistants. The previous deadline for applications has been extended until June 30. The research associates will assist with the ongoing implementation of the 2018 Media Pluralism Monitor, the CMPF's flagship project. Read More ...

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