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Who owns Georgia’s media: Power networks and corporate relationships behind Georgian media outlets - Reports

A detailed study released by Transparency International examining the media ownership structure in Georgia with a special focus on media outlets that have national coverage

Media and Democracy in Central Eastern Europe (MDCEE) - Reports

A four year project investigated the relations between democracy and media in the countries that have joined the EU since 2004

Mapping Digital Media: the Czech Republic - Reports

A report by the Open Society Foundation that shows how digital changes affect the media system and democratic services in the Czech Republic

Caught in the Wheels of Power: the political, legal and economic constraints on independent media and freedom of the press in Turkey - Reports

Media freedom and independence in the history of the Republic of Turkey. Analysing the media market, practices and regulations with a particular focus on the political and ideological factors that lie behind a repressive media environment

Russian Mass Media and Changing Values - Books

The book takes into consideration the structural and cultural changes in Russian media landscape, focusing on the impact that Russian media have on citizens’ identities

Media ownership and its impact on media independence and pluralism - Books

Media ownership and its impact on media independence and pluralism is an online project now condensed into a digital book. Curated by the South East European Network for Professionalisation of the Media (SEENPM) and released by the Peace Institute - Ljubljana, the book maps ownership patterns and their effects on media pluralism and independence in the countries of South East Europe and EU member states from Central and Eastern Europe. 

Comparing Media Systems: Three Models of Media and Politics - Books

A book exploring the possibility to find stable relationships between political systems and communication systems as well as different professional models of journalism where these relationships count