Publications

Trappel, Josef (ed.) (2019)

Digital Media Inequalities
Policies against divides, distrust and discrimination

Utgivare: Nordicom

Digital technologies are currently changing the way we talk to one another and the way organisations and politics communicates with citizens. But digital does not necessarily mean better understanding. In a new Nordicom anthology, researchers from across Europe explores new inequalities created by the digital transformation.

D’Haenens, Leen/ Sousa, Helena/ Trappel, Josef (eds) (2018)

Comparative Media Policy, Regulation and Governance in Europe Unpacking the Policy Cycle.

Bristol, Intellect

European media experience a period of disruptive transformation. This textbook maps contemporary media policy and industry activities and assesses critically the implications or new digital technologies on the production, distribution and consumption of the media. Chapters address relevant topics of the current media policy debate, including policies of the European Union and the Council of Europe, governance and internet policy issues, media subsidies and the role of the media in contemporary democracies.

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Péter Bjomi-Lázar (ed) (2017)

Media in Third-Wave Democracies. Southern and Central/Eastern Europe in a Comparative Perspective

Paris, Budapest: L’Harmattan.

This volume offers comparative studies on media regulation, internet use, journalism cultures, as well as seven country case studies from the two regions, including on Greece, Portugal, Spain, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. Most papers were presented at a conference organized by the Budapest Business School and the Euromedia Research Group in April 2016 in Budapest.

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Trappel, Josef / Steemers, Jeanette / Thomass, Barbara (eds) (2015)

European Media in Crisis: Values, Risks and Policies

London, New York: Routledge.

When the financial markets collapsed in 2008, the media industry was affected by a major slump in advertising revenues, and a formerly highly successful business model fell into a state of decay. This economic crisis has threatened core social values of contemporary democracies, such as freedom, diversity and equality. Taking a normative and policy perspective, this book discusses threats and opportunities for the media industry in Europe: What are the implications of the crisis for professional journalism, the media industry, and the process of political communication? Can non- state and non-market actors profit from the crisis? And what are media policy answers at the national and European level?

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Sousa, Helena / Trützschler, Wolfgang / Fidalgo, Joaquim / Lameiras, Mariana (eds.) (2013)

Media Regulators in Europe: A Cross-Country Comparative Analysis

Braga: CECS – Communication and Society Research Centre

States around the world are gradually setting up or reconfigurating existing media regulators. The nature and performance of theses bodies vary profoundly from country to country. This book written by members of the Euromedia Research Group and together with other authors aims at gathering and analyzing information about media regulators in Western Europe. Media regulators are supposed to improve the overall quality of the media and they are expected to raise media standards. But do they? And, if so, how and why?

Trappel, Josef / Meier, Werner A. / d’Haenens, Leen / Steemers, Jeanette / Thomass, Barbara (eds.) (2011)

Media: Media in Europe Today.

Bristol, Intellect

Media in Europe Today provides a comprehensive overview of European media in its current state of transformation. Through a focus on specific European media sectors, it assesses the impact of new technologies across industries and addresses a wide range of practices, strategies, and challenges facing European media today. The Euromedia Research Group has more than twenty years of experience in the observation of trends affecting media today, and this book marks the strong continuation of that long tradition.

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Convergence (Sage), Vol. 14 No. 3, August 2008, Special Issue: Public Service Broadcasting

SAGE

Meier, Werner A. / Trappel, Josef (eds.) (2007)

Power, Performance & Politics. Media Policy in Europe.

Euromedia Research Group.
Baden-Baden, Nomos

Kelly, Mary J. / Mazzoleni, Gianpietro / McQuail, Denis (eds.) (2004)

The Media in Europe – the Euromedia Handbook. 

Euromedia Research Group.
London, Sage Publications

McQuail, Denis and Karen Siune (eds.) (199)

Media Policy: Convergence, Concentration & Commerce.

Euromedia Research Group.
London, Sage Publications

Østergaard, Bernt Stubbe (ed.) (1997)

The media in Western Europe – the Euromedia Handbook.

Euromedia Research Group.
London, Sage Publications

Siune, Karen and Wolfgang Trützschler (eds.) (1992)

Dynamics of Media Politics:
Broadcast and Electronic Media in Western Europe.

Euromedia Research Group.
London, Sage Publications

Østergaard, Bernt Stubbe (ed.) (1992)

The media in Western Europe  – the Euromedia Handbook.

Euromedia Research Group.
London, Sage Publications 1992

Kleinsteuber, Hans J. (ed.) (1986)

Electronic media and politics in Western Europe. Euromedia Research Group Handbook of National Systems.

Euromedia Research Group.
Frankfurt/Main, Campus-Verlag

McQuail, Denis and Karen Siune (eds.) (1986)

New Media Politics:
Comparative Perspectives in Western Europe.

Euromedia Research Group.
London, Sage Publications