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  • EU enlargement policy and the media : a political or a technical issue?
    Petković, Brankica ; Bašić-Hrvatin, Sandra
    The European Union institutions and their political and financial mechanisms play an essential role in shaping the media systems of countries applying for EU membership. Media freedom is high up on ... the EU enlargement policy agenda, the funds allocated to the pre-accession Civil Society Facility and Media Programme have significantly increased, and significant amounts of funding were made available to support, among others, bodies for media self-regulation and investigative journalistic activities. However, the actual process of EU media-assistance has not always been without problems. In fact, one may argue that the EU has no media policy; instead, its non-binding, mutually referent documents on media apply loose definitions with the primary aim of protecting economic interests. References to the freedom of expression as a basic human right come without clear demands to protect the rights of people. At the core of the problem lies the shift from governing to governance: the dialogue between citizens and the government was replaced by a provision of practical solutions to technical problems.
    Vrsta gradiva - članek, sestavni del ; neleposlovje za odrasle
    Leto - 2021
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 84744451