This website uses Session-Cookies, which are deleted as soon as you leave the site or close your browser.
If you use this website you consent to the use of cookies.
Further information Okay

Jump to main content keyboard shortcut 2 Jump to navigation menu keyboard shortcut 1 Jump to search keyboard shortcut 5

BACKGROUND

Media Policy Project

Ansicht: Media Policy Project Blog Blog zur Medienpolitik der London School of Economics (LSE)

The Media Policy Project’s goal is to start conversations between policy makers, civil society actors, and media professionals about the latest media research. It wants policy makers to have timely, easy access to relevant research and to the range of views held by civil society. It also works to engage the policy community with research on the policy making process itself. Additionally, it provides tools for anyone looking to stay up-to-date on media policy issues, through the briefings, event calendars, dossiers, and lists of on-going consultations.


Research Contribution

The Media Policy Project is based in the Department of Media and Communications at LSE. The 15 full-time academic staff members already address diverse constituencies and stakeholders. The Media Policy Project aims to build a constructive dialogue to ensure that departmental research projects inform stakeholders. The Department is a leader in research and analysis on the changing media and communication environment in the UK, Europe and internationally. p>

Advisory Group

Damian Tambini, Chair

Monica Arino, Ofcom

Charlie Beckett, LSE Department of Media and Communications

Colette Bowe

Eddie Copeland, Nesta

Nick Couldry, LSE Department of Media and Communications

Jamie Cowling, Department of Transport

Tony Danker, The Guardian

Claire Enders, Enders Analysis

Jane Humphreys, Former DCMS

Jim Killock, Open Rights Group

Sonia Livingstone, LSE Department of Media and Communications

Simon Milner, Facebook

Nick Pearce, Institute for Policy Research, University of Bath

James Purnell, BBC

Philip Schlesinger, University of Glasgow

Andrew Scott, LSE Department of Law

Mark Thompson, Open Society Foundation

Jane Tinkler, LSE Public Policy Group

Peggy Valcke, Catholic University of Leuven



Click here to get to: Media Policy Project


Source: Media Policy Project Blog


Additional content for: Youth Protection | Digital Literacy