Central European Journal of Communication vol. 2, No 1 (2), Spring 2009

Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska (red.)
ISSN: 1899-5101
Liczba stron: 220
Format B5, oprawa broszurowa

Karol Jakubowicz, Editor's introduction: The highways and byways of "Europeanization" in the media
Andrei Richter, The influence of the Council of Europe and other European institutions on the media law system in post-Soviet states
Nelly Ognyanova, Bulgarian media policy and law: How much Europeanization
Andres Jőesaar, Formation of Estonian broadcasting landscape 1994-2007: Experience of the transition state. Impact of the EU legislation on the Estonian television broadcasting since mid 1990s
Marcin Ożóg, Of Polish politicians and (their) media. The pursuit of regulatory agency independence in Polish media law and practice
Gábor Polyák and Gergely László Szőke, The country of origin principle and competition among national regulatory régimes in East Central Europe
Burcu Sümer, The impact of democratic conditionality on policy-making in Turkey: Minority rights and the politics of broadcast regulation
Andra Seceleanu, The Romanian media market: Juridical and economic aspects
Angelika W. Wyka, On the way to dumbing down… The case of Central Europe
Laima Nevinskaite, EU structural funds' publicity and the practice of journalism and public relations in Lithuania
Márk Lengyel, Digital switchover in Hungary. European policies and national circumstances
Branislav Ondrášik, EU regulatory framework and the political economy of terrestrial digitalisation in Slovakia
Contributors' biographies


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