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Media landscapes


Media landscapes

Our Media Landscapes map the entire journalism ecosystem of twenty countries. Put together by media experts, it features detailed insights into the historical evolution and the current situation of every country’s media scene and puts these into a vital socio-political contexts of regulation, legislation and press freedom. Thus, it has been providing an invaluable resource for students, researchers, social and political commentators and - of course - journalists since 1997.

Media Landscapes authors are renowned experts who understand the news and media ecosystem of their subject country inside and out. They work closely with the European Journalism Centre’s team to create and collate research, before producing extensively sourced reports.

We’re always looking to expand our roster of paid writers. If your country is not yet featured on Media Landscapes, but you’d be interested in becoming a report author, contact us and we’ll be in touch.

The European Journalism Centre is delighted to have the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) and Free Press Unlimited as the generous supporters of this latest edition of Media Landscapes. Their funding has helped to create over thirty country reports and the website.

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