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The Media Strike in Poland: Why Media Resilience is (desperately) Needed in Destabilising Times

By Beata Klimkiewicz[1] What would the news media environment look like in Poland without independent news providers? Users could taste bitterly such a (not-entirely) hypothetical Read More ...



Winners of the CMPF School for Journalists Prize

As part of the 2020 Online School for Journalists and Media Practitioners participants were askerd to submit their proposals for a data journlaism/visualisation project based on the skills they acquired during the 5 week long school. Read More ...



Vacancy for Research Associate

The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom has an open vacancy for a research associate. The successful applicant will work at the European University Read More ...



Video Recordings: Online School for Journalists

This year, due to the pandemic, the CMPF’s Summer School for Journalists moved online. Over five weeks, the programme explored the effects that COVID-19 has Read More ...

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CMPF Online School for Journalists and Media Practitioners 2020

Media facing the pandemic: COVID-19 online edition. We are pleased to announce the 9th edition of the annual School for Journalists and Media Practitioners organised by the Centre for Media Pluralism and Freedom. Read More ...




CMPF Statement on World Press Freedom Day and MPM2020

The data gathered in 2018-19 for the forthcoming Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM2020) shows either general stagnation or deteriorating conditions in the EU and the two candidate countries included in the assessment, Albania and Turkey. Read More ...

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Social Media Diversity


New Diversity Rules for Social Media in Germany

by Jan Christopher Kalbhenn, LL.M. (Amsterdam) Background: The rise of Social Media Obviously one of the most pressing challenges for media regulators is the increasing Read More ...



New Media Pluralism Monitor side-reports

We have published two new reports written at the request of the CMPF as part of the “Monitoring media pluralism in the digital era” (MPM2020) Read More ...

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Australian Newspapers Redact Front Pages in Media Freedom Campaign

On 21 October, the front page of major newspapers including The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The Age and the Herald Sun gave way to blacked out text representing the obstacles faced by journalists in this country. Read More ...

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