mapping digital media<br />
mapping digital media<br />risks and opportunities created for media around the world by:<br />the switchover from analog ...
mapping digital media<br />Red questions: answers that permit to draw systematic comparisons. <br />Green questions: guide...
mapping digital media<br />76 questions:<br />14 red<br />25 green<br />19 blue<br />18 assessments<br />
mapping digital media<br />
mapping digital media<br />Assessments: do not reflect a personal view, but rather convey the range of commentary and opin...
Angle<br />pluralism and diversity<br />transparency and accountability<br />			editorial independence<br />freedom of exp...
Team<br />60 countries<br />179 national researchers<br />6-expert editorial commission<br />6regional editors<br />
mapping digital media<br />
Topics<br />1. Media Consumption<br />		2. Public Media<br />			3. Digital Media and Society<br />				4. Digital Media and...
Topics<br />1. Media Consumption<br />Digital Take-Up	Media Preferences	News Providers<br />		2. Public Media<br />Institu...
A TV World<br />
A TV World<br />
Digital TV<br />
Digital TV<br />
Internet penetration<br />Note: Data for 2006 for Nigeria, Latvia; data for 2007 for the United States<br />
Internet penetration<br />Note: data for 2010 for Italy, Netherlands, Latvia<br />
Mobile phone penetration<br />
Mobile phone penetration<br />Data for 2010 for Nigeria, Latvia<br />
Public and State-Administered Service Media<br />TV and radio broadcasters: main psm outlets in all the countries<br />Oth...
News onPublic and State-Administered Service Media<br />In 15 out of 20 countries:<br />News plays a significant role in t...
Public Perception of Public and State-Administered Service Media<br />Critical		Mixed opinion	Positive<br />Romania		Thail...
Public Service Provision in Commercial Media<br />None: 	Mexico<br />				Nigeria<br />	Serbia<br />Netherlands<br />	Swede...
Public Service Provision in Commercial Media<br />Present:		UK<br /> 	Thailand<br />				Italy<br />US<br />Germany<br />
Public Service Provision in Commercial Media<br />Changes triggered<br /> by digitization in adopting public service provi...
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How to build media and democracy

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Slides for Damian Tambini's talk at the How to Build Media Democracy at the POLIS Journalism Media and Power Conference on June 10th 2011

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How to build media and democracy

  1. 1. mapping digital media<br />
  2. 2. mapping digital media<br />risks and opportunities created for media around the world by:<br />the switchover from analog to digital broadcasting<br />the emergence and growth of new media platforms, especially on the internet, as sources of news<br />the ever closer convergence of traditional broadcasting with telecommunications<br />
  3. 3. mapping digital media<br />Red questions: answers that permit to draw systematic comparisons. <br />Green questions: guidelines set forth in the research template.<br />Blue: liable to greater subjectivity; supplement the data with information from other available sources<br />
  4. 4. mapping digital media<br />76 questions:<br />14 red<br />25 green<br />19 blue<br />18 assessments<br />
  5. 5. mapping digital media<br />
  6. 6. mapping digital media<br />Assessments: do not reflect a personal view, but rather convey the range of commentary and opinion – and the main political positions – in the society.<br />Recommendations: to policy makers, media outlets, civil society organizations<br />
  7. 7. Angle<br />pluralism and diversity<br />transparency and accountability<br /> editorial independence<br />freedom of expression and information<br />public service (public interest)<br />high professional standards. <br />
  8. 8. Team<br />60 countries<br />179 national researchers<br />6-expert editorial commission<br />6regional editors<br />
  9. 9. mapping digital media<br />
  10. 10. Topics<br />1. Media Consumption<br /> 2. Public Media<br /> 3. Digital Media and Society<br /> 4. Digital Media and Journalism<br /> 5. Digital Media and Technology<br /> 6. Digital Business<br /> 7. Policies, Laws, and Regulators<br />
  11. 11. Topics<br />1. Media Consumption<br />Digital Take-Up Media Preferences News Providers<br /> 2. Public Media<br />Institutions Provision <br /> 3. Digital Media and Society<br />UGC Digital Activism<br /> 4. Digital Media and Journalism<br />Journalists Newsrooms Topics<br /> 5. Digital Media and Technology<br />Spectrum Gatekeepers Telecoms<br /> 6. Digital Business<br />Ownership Funding Business Models<br /> 7. Policies, Laws, and Regulators<br />Policies and Laws Regulators Government Interference<br />
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  14. 14. A TV World<br />
  15. 15. A TV World<br />
  16. 16. Digital TV<br />
  17. 17. Digital TV<br />
  18. 18. Internet penetration<br />Note: Data for 2006 for Nigeria, Latvia; data for 2007 for the United States<br />
  19. 19. Internet penetration<br />Note: data for 2010 for Italy, Netherlands, Latvia<br />
  20. 20. Mobile phone penetration<br />
  21. 21. Mobile phone penetration<br />Data for 2010 for Nigeria, Latvia<br />
  22. 22. Public and State-Administered Service Media<br />TV and radio broadcasters: main psm outlets in all the countries<br />Other forms of public service media<br />Romania: State news agency; church news agency<br />Hungary: State news agency<br /> Nigeria: Local state broadcasters<br />US: Community media and educational/government TV<br />Montenegro: Local public broadcasters<br />Argentina: Educational TV (ministry of education)<br />
  23. 23. News onPublic and State-Administered Service Media<br />In 15 out of 20 countries:<br />News plays a significant role in the broadcasters’ output (% of total output, prominence in the schedules or popularity)<br />Exceptions: Mexico and US<br />Lack of assessment: Nigeria, Lithuania and Argentina<br />
  24. 24. Public Perception of Public and State-Administered Service Media<br />Critical Mixed opinion Positive<br />Romania Thailand Mexico<br />Morocco Italy UK<br />Serbia Lithuania Netherlands<br />B&H Argentina Germany<br />Albania Sweden<br />Hungary<br /> Not understood<br /> Russia<br /> US<br />
  25. 25. Public Service Provision in Commercial Media<br />None: Mexico<br /> Nigeria<br /> Serbia<br />Netherlands<br /> Sweden<br />Lithuania<br /> Montenegro<br />Turkey<br />Albania<br /> Russia<br />Hungary<br /> Argentina<br />
  26. 26. Public Service Provision in Commercial Media<br />Present: UK<br /> Thailand<br /> Italy<br />US<br />Germany<br />
  27. 27. Public Service Provision in Commercial Media<br />Changes triggered<br /> by digitization in adopting public service provision on commercial media:<br />0<br />Exception:UK<br />
  28. 28. mediapolicy.org<br />
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