Broadcasting in the Post-Broadcast Era: Policy, Technology, and Content Production
The objective of this four-year project funded by the Academy of Finland is to describe and critically analyse broadcasting as technology and as cultural form in the emerging context of network communications
The interpretive power of journalism in mediatized public spheres
The project studies how political journalism interprets and contextualizes politics.
The Network Society as a Paradigm for Legal and Societal Thinking (NETSO)
Project generates basic knowledge of the theoretical foundations and context of the network society development.
MediaAcT is a comparative research project on media accountability systems in EU member states as indicators for media pluralism in Europe.
Election Funding Crisis: Media and Politics at a Crossroads?
The project aims to elucidate the impact of the spring 2008 election funding crisis to journalism and politics and their interrelationship.
Media Systems in Flux: The Challenge of the BRICS Countries
This project is concerned with comparing media systems and journalism doctrines in the new coalition in global politics known as “BRICS” – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. This provides a challenge to conventional ways of approaching media systems and the role of journalism in society.