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This website is dedicated to monitoring and debating issues of broadcasting policy, regulation and independence in Europe and beyond. It is intended as a resource for media professionals, academics and all others interested in broadcasting policy, an area constantly expanding with the development of new technologies and the ever-closer convergence of platforms, providers and owners.

Over time, aims to develop into a fully-fledged online journal, covering broadcasting policy and standards from various angles, not just in Europe but in other regions of the world as well. In keeping with the Open Society Institute’s values and practice, will continue advocating the adoption and full implementation of internationally recognized standards of human rights and professional ethics.