Report on media concentration and diversity in the German private broadcasting sector (in German)

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German Interstate Broadcasting Agreement 15th amendment

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United Nations Creative Economy Report 2013 Special Edition

WIDENING LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PATHWAYS United Nations Creative Economy Report 2013 Special Edition (PDF)   The special edition of the Report focuses on creative economy at the local level in developing countries. It is co-published by UNESCO and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) through the UN Office for South South Co-operation. The Report is organized ...

Transcription of the last 8 minutes of ERA, the public Radio in #Greece

This is a free rendering in English of the last words transmitted from the ERA* (Greek public radio organization) in the 8 minutes before the police shut it down this morning. LAST 8 MINUTES of ERA. Thursday 7/11/13. Radio presenter: journalist Nikos Tsibidas [presenter] Police forces just entered the studio of ERA, you can hear ...

Public service broadcasters under pressure: German broadcasters face convergence

German public service broadcasters face a similar upheaval to those in Britain but enter the fray encumbered by a different set of regulations and supervisory bodies. Introduction The triumph of the internet is unstoppable. More and more people are connected to the online world. Today, many young people do not even have a TV. In ...

Public Service Broadcasting: A comparative legal survey

Public Service Broadcasting (PDF)

Analysis of the laws pertaining to the public service broadcasting system of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Commissioned by the Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media (PDF)  

Greece: Is the crisis in Greece a chance for its media?

Investigation Report, September 2011

European Court of Human Rights: Cultural Rights in the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights

Source: ECHR   (file type: PDF)

Snooper’s charter ‘should be replaced by strengthening of existing powers’

Privacy campaigners have called for the lifting of restrictions on the use of existing police and security service powers to monitor the communications of terror suspects, as an alternative to the intrusive £1.8bn “snooper’s charter” legislation. Privacy campaign group Big Brother Watch says police already have the ability under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act ...