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Is There a Future for Journalism? - Academic Sources

This study published in the journal Journalism Practice focuses on political and economic matters impacting journalism's future, the safety of journalists, and internet governance

Informational Autocrats - Academic Sources

The paper analyses the role of the media in establishing and maintaining modern-day authoritarian regimes. The authors offer a formal account of how such systems work, emphasising the importance of the gap in political knowledge between the “informed elite” and the general public as a key element of informational autocracy

Challenges to Media Freedom: A view from Europe - Academic Sources

Drawing on the findings of two projects awarded by the European Commission, the paper examines the sources of the threats hindering media freedom in Europe

Is the EU Disinformation Review Compliant with EU Law? - Academic Sources

A complaint to the European Ombudsman about EU vs Disinfo

Rethinking Hallin and Mancini Beyond the West: An Analysis of Media Systems in Central and Eastern Europe - Academic Sources

This study aims to validate and extend Hallin and Mancini’s framework of comparison to media systems in Central and Eastern Europe

The Impact of Media Freedom, Internet Access and Governmental Online Service Delivery on Corruption - Academic Sources

What's the impact that media freedom, internet access and governmental online service delivery have on corruption? A cross-national study uses secondary data for 157 countries to answer this question  

What We Talk About When We Talk About “Media Independence” - Academic Sources

How do we frame media independence? Does the concept apply equally to commercial and public media? How does digital transformation impact on media independence?

Clarifying Journalism’s Quantitative Turn - A typology for evaluating data journalism, computational journalism, and computer-assisted reporting - Academic Sources

This open-access article defines and compares three quantitative forms of journalism—computer-assisted reporting, data journalism, and computational journalism—examining the points of overlap and divergence among their journalistic values and practices

Crisis, Financialization and Regulation: The Case of Media Industries in Portugal - Academic Sources

The article gives an overview about the situation and the development of the Portuguese media sector and its ownership structures