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The Silver Bullet for Media Businesses: Let the Readers Guide You

July 18, 2018

Lessons learned from the CMDS summer school on funding journalism in the digital age.

Walker on Public Diplomacy and the Decline of Liberal Democracy

Public diplomacy has the unique power to inform and influence, to shape the way in which publics perceive and respond to their rights and responsibilities as citizens. However, in order to confront authoritarian tendencies, public diplomacy practitioners must change the operational paradigm.

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.

News Aggregation and the Reform of EU Copyright Law

July 3, 2018

The EU is adopting new copyright rules that are likely to fundamentally transform the online news industry: as of 2019, news aggregators in Europe will have a bumpier ride.

Fanucci Trains Legal Professionals at EUI's Transnational Training Workshop on Freedom of Expression and Countering Hate Speech

June 14, 2018

CMDS fellow and member of our Media Policy Hub of policy experts, Francesca Fanucci has recently taken part as a trainer in EUI's E-NACT workshop on the techniques of judicial interactions in the application of the EU charter on freedom of expression.