January 25, 2016 •
by Adam Szynol and Paulina Pacula and Michal Kus
Over the last few weeks Poland’s recently elected conservative government has sacked the managements of public TV and radio, appointed their successors, and closed television programmes considered critical to its policies. It has also...
September 17, 2014 •
by Stephan Russ-Mohl
Media research in Scandinavian countries is being internationalized, reflecting a Europe-wide trend towards publishing and working across national borders. The number of articles published in international journals by Nordic academics has...
March 20, 2013 •
Digital News •
by Pier Luca Santoro
It’s certainly no secret, for better or worse, Twitter is changing the way journalism is produced and received. Austrian journalist Nadja Hahn investigated the question of why social media is important for journalism. In collaboration...
June 1, 2012 •
Ethics and Quality, Press Freedom •
by Michael Wise
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) maintains that allowing Azerbaijan to host the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest was good for business and for Azeri citizens. More than 100 million viewers worldwide tuned in to watch the 2012 Eurovision...