Cooperation of four key Commissioners needed for healthy media, democracy

By |september 19th, 2019|Democracy, demography, EU media, media, News|

Democracy is at risk and requires healthy media, several portfolios from the new EU Commission are relevant. After years of fake news and weak self-regulation, this ecosystem could be rebalanced if four key Commissioners cooperate around the media sect...

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Joining forces for Europe’s public sphere

By |april 8th, 2019|EU media, future of EU, News|

The EU’s tropism towards business and technology comes at the price of neglecting its most precious realm: Europe’s public sphere, the precondition of its very existence, write Pieter Boeder, Christiane Lötsch and Péter Techet.

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Protecting journalism is not synonymous with protecting the interests of big press publishers

By |januar 18th, 2019|copyright directive, Copyright EU, copyright reform, EU media, European Parliament, media industry, media pluralism, media policy, News, publishing|

The review of the EU Copyright Directive must ensure that publishers, regardless of their size, equally benefit from this reform, writes Carlos Astiz.

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Protecting journalism is not synonymous with protecting the interests of big press publishers

By |januar 18th, 2019|copyright directive, Copyright EU, copyright reform, EU media, European Parliament, media industry, media pluralism, media policy, News, publishing|

The review of the EU Copyright Directive must ensure that publishers, regardless of their size, equally benefit from this reform, writes Carlos Astiz.

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Fake news affects all of us – the debate should reflect all voices

By |december 6th, 2017|EU media, fake news, journalism, News, social media|

We have all had our fill of references to ‘fake news’ – to the point that we are no longer sure what it means. However, that should not blind us to the fact that significant issues are at stake in the digital world, writes Noel Curran.

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Fake news panic. Need for EU action?

By |november 24th, 2017|EU media, fake news, Free Speech, journalism, News, social media|

The discussion of public and private funding must be on the top of any media agenda including how to tackle fake news, writes Renate Schroeder. Investing in resources and staff is a prerequisite for responsible reporting.

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News agencies join forces for EU data journalism site

By |april 6th, 2017|AFP, ANSA, Data Journalism, DPA, EU media, fake news, journalism, media industry, News|

AFP, the French international news agency, is joining forces with Italy's ANSA and Germany's DPA to launch a new website offering data journalism on the European Union.

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Media4EU: Editorial project and research for Erasmus4media

By |marec 23rd, 2017|Digital Single Market, EU media, european crisi, News, press freedom|

During the #Media4EU editorial series more than 30 media experts from six countries were interviewed about how the sector can overcome its crisis. This LinksDossier refers to all the interviews that have been published, as well as a bibliography of rel...

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