Last results from Europeanisation: Lessons from Media History work package

The last three deliverables to be produced under Work Package 1 on “Europeanisation: Lessons from Media History” are now available.

Deliverable 1.4

European Media Legislation: Overview

Volker Grassmuck and Barbara Thomass from the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut analyse the major milestones in European Media policies and legislation in the period from 1990 to today, from the audiovisual age to the current platform age.

The report explores also the effects of such policies in terms of Europeanisation of the media market.

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Deliverable 1.5

Data Clustering Report
Lessons from Media History

The report, produced by Fabiana Zollo and Samantha A from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Andrea Miconi from IULM, firstly analysis the idea of media geography.

Through the use of (geo)graphical representations, the EUMEPLAT project comes out with analytical maps of different media markets, showned in the report and extracted from the interactive Media History Dashboard available here.

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Deliverable 1.6

Europeanisation: operational definition

The deliverable, authored by Nico Carpentier, Vaia Doudaki and Milos Hroch from Charles University, Sara Cannizzaro and Andrea Miconi from IULM and Stylianos Papathanassopoulos from NKUA, reports on the process that lead to the operational definition of Europeanization and its outcomes as well as on its different usages within the EUMEPLAT Work Packages.

It is divided in two sections, the first one on the operational definition of Europeanity and Europeanisation and the second one on the so-called EU-ization. It also includes the materials used by the research team for elaborating the theoretical framework.

Read the insights here and download the full deliverable here.