Media Pluralism Monitor 2017

In 2017, the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom has started the second EU-wide implementation of the Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM). The 2017 MPM implementation also covers Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Turkey.

After three rounds of implementation (two pilot implementations and one standard application), the CMPF slightly revised the version of the MPM already implemented in 2016, providing minor refinements to the tool and further improving the quality of the questionnaire, trying to recognize an increased role to the online dimension of media pluralism.

Country teams:

Austria Institute for Comparative Media and Communication Studies (CMC) Joseph Seethaler
Belgium KU Leuven Peggy Valcke
Bulgaria Foundation media democracy Orlin Spassov
Croatia Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) Paško Bilić
Cyprus Media Consultant Christophoros Christophorou
Czech republic Charles University Vaclav Stetka
Denmark EUI Kasper Netterstrøm
Estonia  Media Law Consultant Andres Kõnno
Finland University of Jyväskylä Ville Manninen
France Science Po Thierry Vedel/Geisel Garcia Grana
Germany Department of Communication Studies and Media Research, LMU Munich Thomas Hanitzsch
Greece ELIAMEP Evangelia Psychogiopoulou/ Anna Kandyla
Hungary CEU/CMDS Marius Dragomir/ Attila Batorfy
Ireland Dublin City University Roddy Flynn
Latvia Riga Stradins University Anda Rozukalne
Lithuania Vytautas Magnus University Aukse Balcytiene
Luxembourg University of Luxembourg Raphael Kies
The Netherlands  Media Consultant Mara Rossini
Poland University of Krakow Beata Klimkiewicz
Portugal Universidade Nova de Lisboa Francisco Rui Nunes Cádima
Romania Median Research Centre&CEU Marina Popescu
Slovakia Pan European Univeristy Zeljko Martin Sampor
Slovenia University of Lubjana Marko Milosavljevic
Spain Universitat Ramon Llull Pere Masip
Sweden University of Gothenburg Mathias A. Färdigh
UK University of Edinburgh Rachael Craufurd Smith/Paolo Cavaliere
FYROM Institute of Communication Studies Snezana Trpevska
Serbia University of Belgrade Jelena Surculija
Turkey Galatasaray University Yasemin Inceoglu/Ceren Sozeri
Italy CMPF
Malta CMPF