MIM News

Politicized Media Regulation Hurts Bulgarian Journalism, CMDS Report Shows

November 13, 2018

Decision-making in the Bulgarian media regulation and policy is a highly politicized process dominated by a few groups of businessmen associated with political parties. Political control of media regulation has a negative impact on independent journalism in the country, according to a new report released today by the CEU Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS).

Centre for Policy Studies at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Joins the Media Influence Matrix Project

October 17, 2018

Initiated in 2016, the Centre for Policy Studies at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (CPS-IITB), aims at providing space for a sustained dialogue between academia and policy stakeholders.

Center for Media Research-Nepal Joins Media Influence Matrix Project

July 13, 2018

The Center for Media Research-Nepal (CMR Nepal), an autonomous, research- and policy-oriented, think tank in Nepal, has joined the Media and Power Consortium. The consortium runs the Media Influence Matrix, a project launched in 2017 by the CMDS.

Who's Influencing the Media In Slovakia

June 13, 2018

Earlier this year, CMDS has launched the Media Influence Matrix Project to investigate the profound influence that rapid shifts in policy, sources of funding and technology companies in the public sphere are having on journalism today. The first report, on Slovakia, authored by CMDS director Marius Dragomir, is out now. Read it here.

Phil Napoli Joins Media Influence Matrix Project

March 7, 2018

Philip M. Napoli, the James R. Shepley Professor of the Sanford School of Public Policy and a Faculty Affiliate with the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy, has joined the Media Influence Matrix as an advisory board member on media management and economics. Professor Napoli also serves as a Docent at the University of Helsinki.