Front Cover; Preliminary Pages; Contents; Foreword; Editor's Preface; Introduction; The North Atlantic/Liberal Media Model Countries; The Northern European/Democratic Corporatist Media Model Countries; The Mediterranean/Polarized Pluralist Media Model Countries; The Eastern European/Post-Communist Media Model Countries; Conclusions; About the Authors; Back Cover.
"European Media Governance" is the first volume to concentrate on analysing and explaining how European countries are slowly conceding control of the media from the government to the market, professional and public forces.This impressive volume provides a detailed examination of all aspects of media governance, including media ownership structures, government policies, citizen's organisations and union's accountability systems, for 32 European countries. "European Media Governance" includes recent research into technological developments and provides sources for more information in each country. In addition to this incredibly diverse scale of research and analysis, the book provides a companion website with regular updates. Terzis addresses all aspects of media governance in Europe, reflecting contemporary developments in both the countries analysed and their media, creating a comprehensive and reliable source.This is the first book on the topic of media governance at a European Level. It is the first title to explore this topic on such scale (32 countries). It provides a companion website with regular updates. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
55 - Jacques Briquemont 'European Media Governance and the Private Radio Industry' - Page
67 - Vincent Sneed 'Film Directors and European Media Governance' - Page
77 - Cecile Despringre 'European Media Governance and the Newspaper Industry' - Page
89 - Valtteri Niiranen 'European Media Governance and the Magazine Industry' - Page
99 - David Mahon 'Books and the European Union, Mutual Understanding?' - Page
109 - Celine D'Ambrosio, Olga Martin Sancho & Anne Bergman-tahon 'The Digital Revolution - What Does It Mean For Advertising?' - Page
121 - Dominic Lyle 'Advertising, the Audio-visual Industry and European Media Governance' - Page
129 - Michel Gregoire 'European Journalists Press Case for Media Rights for All' - Page
141 - Aidan White 'Screenwriters and European Media Governance' - Page
151 - Christina Kallas 'Television Without Frontiers - Advertising Without Limits' - Page
173 - Cornelia Kutterer 'Conclusions: Media Policy of the European Union - Trends and Developments' - Page
181 - Bettina Peters.
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This book is the first on the topic of Media Governance at a European Level.European governments are slowly but steadily conceding media control to international organizations such as the EU, shifting rules and regulations from national governments to local and multinational policies, public interest and pressure groups. "European Media Governance: The Brussels Dimension" investigates how the print, broadcast, film and advertising industries and journalists, scriptwriters and consumers unions are lobbying in Brussels. The book examines the role in media governance of ten European organizations from a variety of media sectors, including the Federation of European Film Directors, the European Newspaper Publishers' Association, the Federation of Scriptwriters in Europe, as well as the work of the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the European Consumers' Association.The book addresses the identity of these organizations, how they influence media governance, what they do and whom they represent. Detailed analysis of media-related debates in EU institutions combines with investigation into the lobbying efforts of these political, professional and public interest groups. The volume provides a comprehensive study of European media governance and an in-depth investigation into the current media lobby in Brussels. (source: Nielsen Book Data)