This page collects publications, blogs, podcasts and videos focusing on the proposed legislation to protect media pluralism and independence in the European Union, curated by the CMPF team.
In this study requested by the LIBE Committee at the European Parliament, CMPF researchers provide an overview of EU policies in the fields of media and information society, reflect on the legal basis of the proposed Act and anlyse its provisions. They conlude the study with a set of further policy recommendations.
In this paper, author Marta Cantero Gamito discusses how technology convergence is affecting the regulatory landscape of media freedom and media pluralism in Europe and draws relevant policy recommendations in light of the proposed European Media Freedom Act.
Feedback on the proposal for a regulation establishing a common framework for media services in the internal market (European Media Freedom Act) and amending Directive 2010/13/EU
In this technical report, we highlight potential areas of improvement in the proposed European Media Freedom Act.
The Study on Media Plurality and Diversity Online assesses the state of media pluralism in today’s information ecosystem.
The CMPF team contributes to the call for evidence on the EMFA launched by the European Commission with scientific insights from its multi-annual research on media pluralism in Europe.