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Title Media in Europe today / edited for the Euromedia Research Group by Josef Trappel [and others] ; with an introduction by Denis McQuail.
Imprint Bristol, UK ; Chicago : Intellect, 2011.

Subject Mass media -- Europe.
Alt Name Trappel, Josef, 1963-
McQuail, Denis.
Euromedia Research Group.
Description 1 online resource (272 pages)
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The media in Europe today : introduction -- Comparing media systems : the European dimension -- Newspapers : adapting and experimenting -- Radio : a resilient medium -- Commercial television : business in transition -- Online media : changing provision of news -- Deficits and potentials of the public spheres -- Media serving democracy -- From media regulation to democratic media governance -- Media industries : ownership, copyright and regulation -- From public service broadcasting to public service media -- Changing practices of journalism -- Media and ethnic minorities -- Europe as world news leader.
Summary This book is written by media scholars from all over Europe who are members of the Euromedia Research Group. What unites the group is the joint interest of its members in the analysis of media structures and media policy in Europe against the background of contemporary communication theories and concepts. The book has two parts: First, it looks into structural changes in specific media formats such as newspapers, radio, television and online-media. Second, it analyses specific problems and challenges in a comparative way, such as the creation of public sphere(s), the relation between media and.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781841504353 (electronic bk.)
1841504351 (electronic bk.)
9781841504032
1841504033
ISBN/ISSN 3519574
OCLC # 680767289
Additional Format Print version: Media in Europe today. Chicago : Intellect, 2011 9781841504032 (DLC) 2010035361 (OCoLC)659413070


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