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

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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  • 1. mapping digital media
  • 2. mapping digital media
    risks and opportunities created for media around the world by:
    the switchover from analog to digital broadcasting
    the emergence and growth of new media platforms, especially on the internet, as sources of news
    the ever closer convergence of traditional broadcasting with telecommunications
  • 3. mapping digital media
    Red questions: answers that permit to draw systematic comparisons.
    Green questions: guidelines set forth in the research template.
    Blue: liable to greater subjectivity; supplement the data with information from other available sources
  • 4. mapping digital media
    76 questions:
    14 red
    25 green
    19 blue
    18 assessments
  • 5. mapping digital media
  • 6. mapping digital media
    Assessments: do not reflect a personal view, but rather convey the range of commentary and opinion – and the main political positions – in the society.
    Recommendations: to policy makers, media outlets, civil society organizations
  • 7. Angle
    pluralism and diversity
    transparency and accountability
    editorial independence
    freedom of expression and information
    public service (public interest)
    high professional standards.
  • 8. Team
    60 countries
    179 national researchers
    6-expert editorial commission
    6regional editors
  • 9. mapping digital media
  • 10. Topics
    1. Media Consumption
    2. Public Media
    3. Digital Media and Society
    4. Digital Media and Journalism
    5. Digital Media and Technology
    6. Digital Business
    7. Policies, Laws, and Regulators
  • 11. Topics
    1. Media Consumption
    Digital Take-Up Media Preferences News Providers
    2. Public Media
    Institutions Provision
    3. Digital Media and Society
    UGC Digital Activism
    4. Digital Media and Journalism
    Journalists Newsrooms Topics
    5. Digital Media and Technology
    Spectrum Gatekeepers Telecoms
    6. Digital Business
    Ownership Funding Business Models
    7. Policies, Laws, and Regulators
    Policies and Laws Regulators Government Interference
  • 12.
  • 13.
  • 14. A TV World
  • 15. A TV World
  • 16. Digital TV
  • 17. Digital TV
  • 18. Internet penetration
    Note: Data for 2006 for Nigeria, Latvia; data for 2007 for the United States
  • 19. Internet penetration
    Note: data for 2010 for Italy, Netherlands, Latvia
  • 20. Mobile phone penetration
  • 21. Mobile phone penetration
    Data for 2010 for Nigeria, Latvia
  • 22. Public and State-Administered Service Media
    TV and radio broadcasters: main psm outlets in all the countries
    Other forms of public service media
    Romania: State news agency; church news agency
    Hungary: State news agency
    Nigeria: Local state broadcasters
    US: Community media and educational/government TV
    Montenegro: Local public broadcasters
    Argentina: Educational TV (ministry of education)
  • 23. News onPublic and State-Administered Service Media
    In 15 out of 20 countries:
    News plays a significant role in the broadcasters’ output (% of total output, prominence in the schedules or popularity)
    Exceptions: Mexico and US
    Lack of assessment: Nigeria, Lithuania and Argentina
  • 24. Public Perception of Public and State-Administered Service Media
    Critical Mixed opinion Positive
    Romania Thailand Mexico
    Morocco Italy UK
    Serbia Lithuania Netherlands
    B&H Argentina Germany
    Albania Sweden
    Hungary
    Not understood
    Russia
    US
  • 25. Public Service Provision in Commercial Media
    None: Mexico
    Nigeria
    Serbia
    Netherlands
    Sweden
    Lithuania
    Montenegro
    Turkey
    Albania
    Russia
    Hungary
    Argentina
  • 26. Public Service Provision in Commercial Media
    Present: UK
    Thailand
    Italy
    US
    Germany
  • 27. Public Service Provision in Commercial Media
    Changes triggered
    by digitization in adopting public service provision on commercial media:
    0
    Exception:UK
  • 28. mediapolicy.org