European Media Governance

The Brussels Dimension

Edited by Georgios Terzis

Edited by Georgios Terzis

Distributed for Intellect Ltd

216 pages | 7 x 9 | © 2008
Cloth $50.00 ISBN: 9781841501987 Published July 2008
Paper $28.50 ISBN: 9781841506647 Published December 2012
European governments are gradually ceding control of national media to international organizations such as the EU. In light of this trend, European Media Governance investigates how the print, broadcast, film, and advertising industries lobby in Brussels. Contributors examine the work of the European Commission and the European Consumers’ Association as well as the roles played in media governance by such organizations as the Federation of European Film Directors. Offering a detailed analysis of media-related debates that will affect Europeans for decades to come, this volume is an essential read for media professionals and scholars.
 
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"Readers will welcome this book, which goes a good way in contributing an overview of Europe's role in media governance. . . . This work is especially useful given the current shift in media rules and regulations from national government policies to local, regional, national and international ones. Highly recommended.”

Contents
Foreword
European Journalism Centre: 1992-2007
Giuseppe Zaffuto
 
Editor's Preface
Georgios Terzis
 
Introduction
Alison Harcourt
 
EU Institutions
European Media Governance and the Role of the European Commission
Jean-Eric De Cockborne and Harald Trettenbrein
 
The European Union's Media Policy: The Role of the European Parliament
Nikolaos Sifunakis
 
Broadcasting
European Broadcasting Union
Jacques Briquemont
 
European Media Governance and the Private Radio Industry
Vincent Sneed
 
Film
Film Directors and European Media Governance
Cécile Despringre
 
Print
European Media Governance and the Newspaper Industry
Valtteri Niiranen
 
European Media Governance and the Magazine Industry
David Mahon
 
Books and the European Union, Mutual Understanding?
Celine D'Ambrosio, Olga Martin Sancho & Anne Bergman-tahon
 
Advertising
The Digital Revolution - What Does It Mean for Advertising?
Dominic Lyle
 
Advertising, the Audio-visual Industry and European Media Governance
Michel Grégoire
 
Journalism & Scriptwriting
European Journalists Press Case for Media Rights for All
Aidan White
 
Screenwriters and European Media Governance
Christina Kallas
 
Consumers
Television Without Frontiers - Advertising Without Limits
Cornelia Kutterer
 
Conclusions: Media Policy of the European Union - Trends and Developments
Bettina Peters
 
Annex A
Inventory of EU Measures Affecting the Media
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