Project duration: 11/2021 – 05/2022

Client: European Commissan

Project manager: Paško Bilić, PhD

The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) of the European University Institute in Florence, Italy is in charge of coordinating the collection and assessment of media pluralism in national media systems of EU member and, selected, candidate countries. The project uses balanced and scientific criteria to evaluate risks to media pluralism in print, electronic and digital media. The monitor is divided into four domains: fundamental protection, market plurality, political independence and social inclusiveness. Each domain contains five indicators composed of legal, economic and social variables.


Web page: Media Pluralism Monitor

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