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The Evolving Regulation of the Media in Europe as an Instrument for Freedom and Pluralism - Reports

This CMPF report examines the tension between EU regulation of the media based on market harmonization and liberalization on the one hand, and the need to guarantee media pluralism and media freedom on the other hand.

France - Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 - Reports

Media Pluralism Monitor reveals low/medium risk for media pluralism in France

Italy - Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 - Reports

The MPM 2014 report shows a medium/high risk for media pluralism in Italy, based on medium levels of risk in all three realms considered

Travel guide to the digital world: surveillance and digital standards - Reports

The Guide on Surveillance and Digital Standards released by the Centre for Law and Democracy provides a survey of the digital surveillance landscape and the relevant international standards

Who owns Georgia's regional media - Reports

A detailed study released by Transparency International looks at the ownership, operations and financing of local media outlets in Georgia

United Kingdom - Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 - Reports

The implementation of the MPM2014 for the United Kingdom shows a low/medium risk for media pluralism in the country

Bulgaria: The Age of the Oligarchs - Reports

Former journalist Stefan Antonov takes a snapshot of the increasing rule of oligarchy in Bulgaria after 2009, providing facts and figures

Estonia - Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 - Reports

The implementation of the MPM2014 for Estonia shows a medium risk for media pluralism in the country, particularly in the economic field

Media Freedom Indices What They Tell Us – And What They Don’t - Reports

This report by DW Akademie assesses the impact of media freedom rankings, shading light on the different methodologies they adopt and on the strengths and weakness of each ranking

Report by the CoE Commissioner for Human Rights following his visit to Montenegro - Reports

In this report Nils Muiznieks, Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe, following his visit to Montenegro from 17 to 20 March 2014 assesses the state of human rights in Montenegro. The main issues emerged are those pertaining to post war justice and reconciliation, actions needed against discrimination, and freedom of the media