Study on Media Plurality and Diversity Online

The Study on Media Plurality and Diversity Online will investigate the value of safeguarding media pluralism and diversity online, prominence and discoverability of general interest content and services, and measures concerning market plurality and the concentration of economic resources.

With a focus on Europe, the project is funded by a tender from the European Commission to produce a study on Media Plurality and Diversity Online and involves four partner universities: CMPF (EUI); CiTiP (Centre for Information Technology and Intellectual Property) of KU Leuven ; the Institute for Information Law of the University of Amsterdam (IViR/UvA); the Vrije Universiteit Brussels (Studies in Media, Innovation and Technology, VUB- SMIT).