Central European Journal of Communication vol. 1, No 1, Fall 2008

Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska (red.)
ISSN: 1899-5101
Liczba stron: 160
Format B5, oprawa broszurowa

Editor’s introduction
Recreating journalism after censorship. Generational shifts and professional ambiguities among journalists after changes in the political systems - Epp Lauk and Svennik Hoyer
Comparing media systems in new democracies: East meets South meets West - Katrin Voltmer
The role of European political parties in closing the communication gap within the European Union. A critical view - Michał Jacuński
Press concentration, convergence and innovation: Europe in search of a new communications policy - Lou Lichtenberg
Television: the challenges of pluralism to media regulation - Lilia Raycheva
Public service market? Commercial activities of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) - Johann Roppen
Comparing Nordic media systems: North between West and East? - Lars Nord
Fox News and the polarization of attitudes in the U.S. - Wayne Wanta
(Liberal) mass media and the (multi)party system in post-communist Lithuania - Irmina Matonyte
Party system and media in Poland after 1989 - Piotr Sula
Contributors’ biographies


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