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Prof. Pier Luigi Parcu

Prof. Pier Luigi Parcu
Director, CMPF

CMPF Summer School 2013 for Journalists and Media Practitioners
http://cmpf.eui.eu/training/summer-school-2013.aspx

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    Introduction to the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom Introduction to the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom Presentation Transcript

    • Summer School for Journalists and Media Practitioners 2013 Freedom and pluralism of traditional and new media Prof. Pier Luigi Parcu Director, CMPF Florence, 13 05 2013
    • Historical Archives of EU Institutions PhD departments: Law, Economics, Political Sciences, History President: Marise Cremona Max Weber & Jean Monnet programs (post-doctoral) Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies: applied interdisciplinary research projects
    • Florence School of Regulation Communications and Media Scientific Committee Group of experts Director: Stefano Bartolini Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Director Pier Luigi Parcu
    • Researchers Elda Brogi Andrea Calderaro Alina Dobreva Paula Gori Giovanni Gangemi
    • Activities Research Debates Training Dissemination of results
    • Policy Report European Union competencies in respect of media pluralism and media freedom The report presents the phenomena of media freedom and pluralism, and in particular:  The importance of media freedom and pluralism for the democratic regime  Perspective on the measuring and evaluating of media pluralism.  Analyses major aspects of media economics and ownership of media players  Examines the development of the debate on legal instruments and jurisprudence  Aims to suggest how the legislation in force could be used Research
    • Working papers During the year, 4 calls for papers have been launched:  New Media and Journalism: challenges and opportunities for Media Freedom  'Freedom and Pluralism of the Media, Society and Markets‘  Media Ownership Concentration and Transparency  EU competences in respect of Media Pluralism and Media Freedom Research
    • Regional Symposium March 2012 (in partnership with DEMOS Institute, Guatemala, Open Society Foundations, UNESCO) Media Pluralism and Diversity and Combating 'Hate Speech' in Europe This regional symposium brought together approximately 50 participants from throughout Europe discussing the challenges to and opportunities for promoting media pluralism and diversity in Europe Debates
    • Workshop April 2012 A definition of pluralism in the media sector. Comparing the results of the European projects with an interdisciplinary approach”. The workshop has put face to face the most important recent or ongoing studies and researches on the items of media pluralism and media freedom, seen under different points of view: independence, democracy, transparency. It has been an occasion to assess the latest outcomes and to discuss their practical applications. The workshop has brought bring together approximately 30 participants. Debates
    • Policy Conference October 2012 EU Competencies in Respect of Media Pluralism and Media Freedom The Policy Conference of CMPF was the occasion to present the CMPF Policy Study on “European Union Competencies in Respect of Media Pluralism and Media Freedom”. Within the framework of the multidisciplinary approach on media freedom and pluralism employed by the CMPF, this conference linked scholars, regulators and policy makers in order to discuss and explore the concept of media freedom and pluralism in Europe. It singled out the instruments allowing us to understand the phenomena across the socio-political, economic and legal diversity of European countries. Debates
    • Summer School October 2012 The Summer School program was structured around keynote presentations by distinguished experts in each area and interactive small group and roundtable discussions structured along the following key tracks:  Legal Perspective of Freedom of Expression and the Media  Plurality of Media Platforms and Business Models for the Media  Investigative Journalism  New Media: Challenges for Journalists  Current Trends & Outlook of Media Pluralism Training
    • Academic seminars The role of Transparency in an information society Dorothy Chou - Senior Policy Analyst at Google SOPA, PIPA, ACTA: What can be learned from a series of dead regulatory projects? Jeanette Hofmann - WZB / Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) Media Ownership Concentration in Europe and the World, and the Digital Challenge Eli Noam - Professor of Economics and Finance at the Columbia Business School Regulating Remembering – On the Proposed EU Right to be Forgotten Viktor Mayer-Schönberger - Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford Freedom of Expression and Human Rights: Why Online Speech Isn't Free, yet Jillian York - Director for International Freedom of Expression Electronic Frontier Foundation Definition of Relevant Markets in traditional and Online Media Marco Delmastro - Head of the Media market analysis unit at Agcom Chances, criticalities and limits in the theory and in the process of e.democracy: the Five Star Movement case in Italy Daniele Donati, University of Bologna Training
    • Dissemination New CMPF BlogSocial Networks NewsletterWebsite
    • Aim of the Summer School Identify and shape a common culture and approach to freedom and pluralism of media across Europe, based on theoretical principles and best practices as well as the exchange of ideas and points of view
    • Topics Day 1: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, PLURALISM AND THE CHANGING MEDIA: LEGAL PERSPECTIVE Day 2: BUSINESS MODELS FOR THE MEDIA AND THEIR CONSUMERS Day 3: INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM - RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES Day 4: NEW MEDIA, NEW CHALLENGES FOR JOURNALISTS Day 5: THE ETHICS AND CHALLENGES OF BEING A JOURNALIST
    • Participants - Number of participants: 25 EU + 7 non-EU participants (17 EU countries and 6 non-EU) - Professional profile: mostly practicing journalists. Some involved in media regulation, journalist organisation, institutional communications department or research organisation - Type of media outlet: - on-line media, print press, radio and TV; - mainly reporters; also some freelancers, editors, presenters; - local, national and international media outlets - Interests: arts and gender studies; media law/regulation/systems/business models and their impact on media functioning; human rights; democracy and media; EU and globalisation; new/social/digital media; investigative journalism
    • Structure and procedures Presentations Small group discussions on 3 different topics (you need to sign up for your preferred group on ‘first come-first served’ basis) – discussing and concluding on set of predefined questions Round table discussions: Q&A session for each presentation