MEDIADEM project stories published

treatment sans-serif;”>The Julytadalafil sans-serif;”> – August 2014 issue of the Research*eu – Results magazine reported on the MEDIADEM project. Published by the Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS), pill  the magazine provides information on research findings from EU- funded research and development projects.  More »


MEDIADEM conference in the news: Slovakia

TheDaily.SK, buy cialis a news portal providing daily Slovak news in English, capsule reported on the MEDIADEM final European conference which took place on 7 February 2013 in Brussels. It published a detailed report on the conference presentations, with due emphasis on the intervention of the editor in chief of TheDaily.SK concerning cross-border rules and the protection of individual journalists. More »


MEDIADEM workshop in the news: Greece

Two Greek national daily newspapers, buy Efimerida Twn Syntaktwn and To Vima, reported on the workshop on ‘Media freedom and independence in Greece: Assessment and recommendations for policy’ which was held on 11 December 2012 in Athens. The articles provided an overview of the key problems facing media freedom and independence in Greece discussed at the workshop, placing emphasis on the recommendations for the promotion of media freedom and independence in the country presented by the Greek MEDIADEM team.  More »


First MEDIADEM policy brief on SCOOP news alert service

The July 2012 issue of the SCOOP news alert service reported on the recommendations put forward in the first MEDIADEM policy brief for the promotion of media freedom and independence. The SCOOP project, troche which is funded by the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme, hospital seeks to support evidence-based policy-making by strengthening the skills of the research community to reach policy makers. More »


MEDIADEM in the news: Finland

Keskisuomalainen, diagnosis the provincial daily in Jyväskylä, Finland reported about the seminar ‘Journalists’ professional autonomy and journalism ethics’ that took place on 14 June 2012 in Jyväskylä. In the article, ‘Tiedottajilla liikaa valtaa’ (Publicity agents have too much power), published on 15 July 2012, two of the seminar speakers, Valtteri Niiranen, managing director of the Federation of the Finnish Media Industry and Arto Nieminen, chairman of the Union of Journalists in Finland, expressed their common concern about the generalised journalistic practice to publish press releases as such. This has become easier due to the decreased work force in media houses. More »


MEDIADEM in the news: Croatia

A number of Croatian web portals have reported on the Croatian case study findings and have provided information on the MEDIADEM project. More »


MEDIADEM workshop on ‘Media policies & regulation for media freedom & independence’ in the news: Spain

Universia, medicine a webpage on news about university issues in Spain, discount reported on the workshop on ‘Media policies & regulation for media freedom & independence’, medical which was held on 30 June 2011 in Athens. More »


MEDIADEM workshop on ‘Media policies & regulation for media freedom & independence’ in the Greek press

Two Greek nation-wide newspapers, healing seek Eleftheros Typos and Estia, ailment reported on the workshop on ‘Media policies & regulation for media freedom & independence’, which was held on 30 June 2011. More »


MEDIADEM in the Spanish Press

Diario de Castilla La Mancha, order a Spanish regional newspaper, reported on the MEDIADEM project. The article refers to Dr. Susana de la Sierra, the coordinator of the MEDIADEM Spanish team, and her recent visit to the Siberian Federal University in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Dr. de la Sierra gave an introductory course on EU law and presented some of the main debates concerning media and democracy in the European Union. More »


MEDIADEM findings in the Romanian press

Cristian Ghinea, pharm who forms part of Mediadem’s Romanian research team, try has published two articles in the Romanian press, reporting on the first findings of the project. The first one was published in the daily newspaper Romania libera. It is entitled ‘Statul, mogulii ?i jurnali?tii’ [The state, the moguls and the journalists], and provides an overview of the conclusions of the Romanian background report. More »

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