The media for democracy monitor 2021. How leading news media survive digital transformation 2: Flanders (Belgium): News diversity put under pressure

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To what extent do structures and conduct of leading news media correspond with requirements of contemporary democracies? Based on a root concept of democracy and several empirical indicators, the Media for Democracy Monitor (MDM) delivers a panorama of the news media’s performance regarding freedom, equality, and control across several countries. In 2011, the MDM analysed 10 democracies. Ten years later, it covers 18 countries worldwide and pinpoints essential strengths and weaknesses during this decade of digitalisation. Around the globe, news are highly attractive to users, and the journalistic ethos of watchdogs and investigators is paramount. On the downside, journalistic job security eroded over time, and gender gaps both in content and employment patterns remain strikingly excessive in most countries. Volume one contains countries present in the 2011 MDM edition, allowing for longitudinal comparative analysis: Australia, Austria, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Originele taal-2English
TitelThe media for democracy monitor 2021
SubtitelHow leading news media survive digital transformation (2)
RedacteurenJosef Trappel, Tales Tomaz
Plaats van productieUniversity of Gothenburg
UitgeverijNordicom
Hoofdstuk1
Pagina's8-41
Aantal pagina's33
Volume2
Uitgave2
ISBN van elektronische versie978-91-88855-42-8
ISBN van geprinte versie978-91-88855-41-1
DOI's
StatusPublished - 4 jun 2021

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