September 14, 2012

MediaAcT hosts media manager workshop

The MediaAcT partners Medienhaus Wien and the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication of the University of Bucharest hosted a one day media manager workshop on "Innovative Media Accountability Practices". The workshop took place at the Press Club Concordia in Vienna. The morning session was opened to media journalists, members of the press council, NGOs and other international organizations, while the following panels were exclusively reserved for media managers from all parts of Europe.

September 07, 2012

Critical media bloggers discuss online accountability in Bristol

Media bloggers from Europe and the UK came together to discuss online accountability at an event in Bristol, organised by the University of the West of England for the MediaAcT Project. The workshop was designed to begin a process of building an online platform for critical media observation. Bloggers from France, Germany, Austria, Norway and Switzerland, as well as the UK, attended the weekend. They discussed online accountability techniques such as Corrigo and the UK National Union of Journalists' kitemark for blogs.

September 07, 2012

Numerous positive reviews on first MediaAcT publication

MediaAcT's first book publication "Mapping Media Accountability - in Europe and Beyond" has received numerous positive reviews. The leading scientific journal Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft (M&K) emphasizes the importance of the publication: "This book is a must-have for all researchers engaged in media accountability. It is the only up-to-date publication which gives a systematic overview of the current media accountability instruments" and therefore is an "excellent basis for further scientific research".

May 08, 2012

Media Accountability Goes Online: Researchers present MediaAcT Findings in Prague

MediaAcT researchers from Finland, France, Germany and Poland presented empirical and theoretical findings of their research in a panel on ECREA's Central and Eastern European Network Conference in Prague, April 27 to 28, 2012. The panel "Media accountability goes online" focused on the question whether and how the implementation of online instruments fostering media accountability is proceeding in different parts of the world.

About MediaAcT

MediaAcT is a comparative research project on media accountability systems in EU member states as indicators for media pluralism in Europe.


Funded by the EC

Project funded under the Socio-economic Sciences and Humanties


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