Os Media e o Pluralismo em Portugal (MPM 2016)
Investigação de uma equipa do DCC/FCSH para o projecto europeu MPM 2016 – Media Pluralism Monitor – Monitoring Risks for Media Pluralism in EU Member States do CMPF - Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom. http://monitor.cmpf.eui.eu/. European University Institute (Florence).
Coordenação da equipa portuguesa: Francisco Rui Cádima
Equipa: Francisco Rui Cádima, Carla Baptista, Marisa Torres da Silva, Luís Oliveira Martins
Grupo de Consultores: Adelino Gomes, Alberto Arons de Carvalho, Estrela Serrano., João Palmeiro, João Paulo Faustino, Miguel Poiares Maduro, Nuno Conde, Paula Cordeiro
Palavras-chave: Media, Pluralismo, Liberdade de Expressão, Inclusão, Europa, Portugal
MPM 2015: http://monitor.cmpf.eui.eu/mpm2015/results/
Relatório de Portugal 2015: http://monitor.cmpf.eui.eu/mpm2015/results/portugal/
Equipa: Francisco Rui Nunes Cádima (Coord.), Marisa Torres da Silva, Luís Oliveira Martins
The European Commission, with an open tender, awarded a grant to the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) to conduct the first European-wide monitor of risks for media pluralism: the Media Pluralism Monitor 2016 (MPM2016). The Centre, acting independently from the Commission and Member States, will implement the tool, which it developed through the two pilot test implementations in 2014 and 2015. The two pilots have already shown that no EU member state is today free from risks for media pluralism.
The MPM2016 project will implement a final version of the measuring tool and will assess risks for media pluralism in EU28 and two candidate countries.
“After two years of testing, the MPM2016 will show its potential as a policy tool. It will provide a clear and comparable snapshot of the situation of media pluralism and media freedom in all EU Member States”, the Director of the CMPF, Pier Luigi Parcu, said.