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Researching media freedoms in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2019 - Surveys

A survey on media freedom from the perspective of citizens: their trust or mistrust in media and journalists, their level of satisfaction and their beliefs about freedom of expression. Analysing the answers to 506 phone calls, the survey gives an overview of the trends in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Social Inequalities in News Consumption - Surveys

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism’s factsheet finds that an increased digital media environment may favour information inequalities

Major questions about Journalism in Portugal - Surveys

A survey delivered by ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa to almost 1500 journalists highlights an increasingly precarious profession and a significant gender gap

The big comeback of political pressure in Bulgaria - Surveys

Press freedom in Bulgaria: findings of the 2017 online survey released by the Association of European Journalists - Bulgaria

Balkan Opinion Barometer - Surveys

The Balkan Barometer, compiled by the Regional Cooperation Council, conveys information about the perceptions of the general public on social, economic and political issues including media objectivity in 7 countries of South East Europe

European Media Systems Survey - Surveys

The European Media Systems Survey (EMSS) is a regularly repeated academic study that measures differences between national media environments in how they cover politics and public affairs

Online platforms (Eurobarometer) - Surveys

An opinion survey published in June 2016 explores the use of online platforms within the EU, focusing especially on search engines, online social networks and online marketplaces

E-Communications and the Digital Single Market (Eurobarometer) - Surveys

This opinion survey published in May 2016 explores the attitude of EU households and citizens towards new Internet-based communications services

Media freedom and democracy (Eurobarometer) - Surveys

This opinion survey published in November 2016 explores the perceptions of European citizens regarding pluralism and independence of their national private and public media