This report provides an in-depth analysis of European media law in five Black Sea Region countries - the Republic of Armenia, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, the Republic of Türkiye, and Ukraine.
This note explains the European legal background for suspension of the broadcasting of RT and Sputnik in the EU.
This publication aims at providing some clarity about how the transparency of media ownership is regulated in Europe.
The report examines the current challenges facing National Regulatory Authorities and asks how cooperation between the various NRAs can strengthen their mission.
This presentation has been given by Maja Cappello as part of a roundtable discussion on the role of independent national media regulatory authorities in regaining trust in the media, organised by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
How does Russia regulate social media platforms? Read our latest report and find out!
How does Russian media law deal with media outlets owned by non-Russian players? This latest IRIS Extra report delves into foreign ownership of the media in Russia and the provisions for this in Russian audiovisual legislation.
This IRIS Special 2020-1 report contributes to the debate on the relationship between safeguarding media pluralism and effective competition in the age of digitisation and globalisation, especially with regard to new diversity-relevant phenomena in the digital platform economy.
This publication aims to analyse the system of self- and co-regulation provided for in the revised AVMSD.