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Foreign media ownership in Europe Saturday 24 March 2018 - Infographic

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This new fact-sheet focuses on legislation on foreign media ownership in EU member states, showing that 23 countries out of 28 do not impose any limit. Even where there is some kind of restriction ... Media ownership rules in Europe: a focus on EU member states' legislation  ... Media_ownership, Media_pluralism, Media_Law, Media_monitoring, EU_member_states ... Media_ownership Media_pluralism Media_Law Media_monitoring EU_member_states ... A CMPF fact-sheet that highlights how only 5 EU member countries set limits to foreign capital in the media sector ... Foreign media ownership in Europe

Call for Applications: Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute - Opportunities

Young scholars engaged in media studies are invited to apply for the summer program held at the University of Oxford

Media Industry and Advertising Market in Bosnia Herzegovina - Reports

Fifth edition of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Journalists’ Association E-Newsletters on the role and future of advertising in the media.

Summer School: Journalism in the Era of Algorithms and AI - Opportunities

20 scholarships are offered to outstanding journalists from COE countries for the 7th edition of the CPMF’s Summer School

Information Not Found: The “Right to be Forgotten” as an Emerging Threat to Media Freedom in the Digital Age - Reports

This report focuses on how Right to be Forgotten (RTBF) laws and jurisprudence are already impacting content accessibility and what effects they will likely produce in the near future. It also provides an in-depth look at the ways the constellation of policies surrounding RTBF implementation threatens media development

Media Landscapes 2017: Slovakia - Reports

In the last decade Slovakia media landscape has changed. In what direction is it moving? An updated picture drawn by the European Journalism Centre (EJC)

Draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market: EFJ-IFJ Statement - Reports

The European Federation of Journalists and the International Federation of Journalists are concerned about the rampant reproduction and making available of extracts or the entirety of journalists’ and other creators’ works online by third parties without authorization or remuneration

Protection of journalistic sources is a basic condition for press freedom - Legal Resources

The new judgment Becker v. Norway by the European Court of Human Rights strengthens the protection of journalistic sources

Journalists dismissed from Polish public radio return to work - Legal Resources

Two journalists were dismissed in December 2016 from Polish Radio for "disciplinary reasons". Both filed a court action against the dismissal and are now reinstatement to their job

Free speech and EU Commission's communication on "Tackling Illegal Content Online" - Legal Resources

An anaysis by European Digital Rights (EDRi) following the EU Commission Communication "Tackling Illegal Content Online", addressing its potential risks for free speech