Communication Law and Policy

Communication, Law and Policy: Representative

My name is Cristina Cullell and I am a PhD student at the International University of Catalonia. My research project is entitled "EU Digital Dividend Policy”. My research interests include Digitalization, European Media Policy, Regulatory Convergence, Media Markets and Media Industry.
As a Communication Law and Policy Representative, I will regularly post relevant information such as publications, talks, conferences, jobs, summer schools connecting the Communication Law and Policy main section with the network of young scholars.
 

Communication Law and Policy: Useful Links

ECREA Communication Law and Policy section webpage: http://commlawpolicy.wordpress.com/

LSE Fellow (Media Governance, Political Communication)

LSE Fellow (Media Governance, Political Communication)
 
London School of Economics and Political Science - Department of Media and Communications 
 
 
Location: London

The 2013 Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute

The 2013 Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute
 

wIDER? wORLD? wEB? PAN-EUROPEAN FORUM ON MEDIA PLURALISM & NEW MEDIA

 
wIDER? wORLD? wEB? PAN-EUROPEAN FORUM ON MEDIA PLURALISM & NEW MEDIA
 
Wednesday 27 June 2012; European Parliament - Plenary Chamber, Brussels
 

Conference on the Future of Television

Call for Papers: A Conference to Explore the Past, Present and Future of Television. University of Oregon / Turnbull Center / Portland, Oregon. March 1-3, 2012. What is television these days? How are digital technologies changing television? How are the Internet and other new media changing the television industry�s model of production, distribution and consumption? What is the future of television?

CFP conference: The European Public Sphere: from critical thinking to responsible action

The Conference is organized by the International and Intercultural Communication Section of ECREA (IIC), supported by ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association), by ECREA Sections on Journalism Studies and Communication Law & Policy and by the Committee of the Regions.

New Book:The Digital Public Sphere. Challenges for Media Policy

The Digital Public Sphere. Challenges for Media Policy

Editors: Jostein Gripsrud & Hallvard Moe

Nordicom, University of Gothenburg, 2010, 167 p. - ISBN
978-91-86523-02-2, Price EUR25

Until recently, media policy was thought of as national, media-specific,
and as part of the cultural domain. All is changing in a digital public
sphere: first, by the processes of globalization in a broad sense;
second, by a blurring of borders between media, which can be summed up

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