3 edition of Media mergers and the defence of pluralism found in the catalog.
Media mergers and the defence of pluralism
|Statement||edited by Olof Hultén, Sune Tjernström & Stefan Melesko|
|LC Classifications||P92.S34 M43 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||2011392104|
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Media Mergers and the Defence of Pluralism Media mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have been, and continue to be, a salient feature of Nordic media markets. What once was a very fragmented and diverse industry is today consolidated to such a degree that many fear for the effects on pluralism.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: The challenge of new technologies and new business practices / introduction by Olof Hultén, Sune Tjernström & Stefan Melesko --Motives and boundary conditions of mergers and acquisitions in media.A Nordic perspective / Lotta Häkkinen, Niina Nummela & Saara L.
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Media mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have been, and continue to be, a salient feature of Nordic media markets. What once was a very fragmented and diverse industry is today consolidated to such a Media mergers and the defence of pluralism book that many fear for the effects on pluralism.
Internet is today the turbo charger of this process. Mogensen, Kirsten./ Olof Hultén, Sune Tjernström & Stefan Melesko (eds): Media Mergers and the Defence of Pluralism.I: MedieKultur.
; B Nr s. Author: Kirsten Mogensen. Olof Hultén, Sune Tjernström & Stefan Melesko (eds.): Media Mergers and the Defence of Pluralism. Göteborg, Sweden: Nordicom, 2 The relationship of media market concentration and media diversity and pluralism is a complex topic of contemporary European media policies, where pluralism of the media is seen as the main public goal for the media sector, relating to political aims like deliberation, participation, and democracy, as well as to social aims like social cohesion and cultural diversity.
Media pluralism is usually seen to be threatened by media concentration trends of the media markets Author: Zrinjka Peruško. Media Industry Concentrate Ownership News Corporation Media Pluralism Public Good Nature These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
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The analytical problem-related approach seems to better reflect a media policy process as an interrelated part of European Cited by: Media pluralism is often recognized by international organizations and non-governmental organizations as being an essential part of a democratic state, Reporters Without Borders considers "access to a plurality of editorial lines and analyses [as] essential for citizens to be able to confront ideas, to make their own informed choices and to conduct their life freely".
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Media pluralism is a necessary condition for freedom of speech and contributes to the development of informed societies where different voices can be heard. Because an open and free media different opinions and ideas is a key in democratic societies, media pluralism is considered highly important with regard to media policy.
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(English) In: Media Mergers and the Defence of Pluralism / [ed] Hultén, O, Tjernström, S & Melesko, S, Göteborg: Nordicom,p. Chapter in book. In addition, the book provides an overview of how technology-driven changes affect the ways news is being made, found, delivered, and funded, and examines the implications for media pluralism.The Concept of Mergers and Acquisitions 1/2 Why Companies Merge and Acquire 1/4 Integration and Conglomeration 1/8 The Merger and Acquisition Lifecycle 1/10 Measuring the Success of Mergers and Acquisitions 1/14 A Brief History of Mergers and Acquisitions 1/17 Learning Summary 1/19 Review Questions 1/Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.