This article examines Europe as a exemplary landscape for comprehending globalization. This paper was presented during the Symposium: What is global about global media?
This paper tries to discuss the development of digital television in Greece. It traces the players, the economics and the politics associated with this new television medium, and it argue that the domestic market, is difficult to create
the needed economies of scale of the development of digital television.
This article constitutes a presentation of the media systems of 7 countries, namely Spain, Italy, France, Greece, Portugal, Turkey, Malta and Cyprus, that represent what Daniel Hallin and Paolo Mancini propose as the Mediterranean or Polarized Pluralistic model.
Professor Stylianos Papathanasopoulos' article about Satellite Television in the International Encyclopedia of Communication. There are many different uses for satellite technology, and television broadcasting is only one of them.
This book aims to discuss the contemporary concerning issues to the field of communication and by extension, to the field of theory and research. Among the issues discussed in the book the broader communication environment, the changes in the field of mass media and the information society are included.
In this chapter, the writer will critically analyze the Greek subsidy scheme for newspaper. He will argue that state aid for the press has been heavily influenced by the troubled Greek patronage politics.
This article investigates the volume of foreign news provided by public service and commercial TV channels in countries with different media systems, and how this corresponds to the public's interest in and knowledge of foreign affairs.
This article aims to present the basic characteristics of the Greek users of Facebook. It also examines sheds light on the users' relationship with traditional media and the social capital they gain from their participation in Facebook.
This study aims to investigate the news coverage of political events in Greece in the three larger media (TV, newspapers, internet) in a specific phase of the financial crisis. It tries to shed light on the specifics of journalistic practice in relation to the promotion of politics.
This article seeks, to identify differences between countries in the sources quoted in the news, to establish whether there are consistent differences across countries between types of media in their sourcing patterns and to trace any emergent consistent patterns of variation between different types of organization across different countries.
As news media change, so media news consumption changes with them. This paper, part of a larger international research project involving 11 countries in four continents (Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia), is focused on news consumption.
This study, based on a content analysis of television news and survey in eleven nations, explores the split between those who see the media as politically alienating and others who see the media as encouraging greater political involvement.
This article aims to provide an overview of the current state of digital television in Greece. By examining the latest digital developments in the middle of financial crisis, it suggests that the Greek government adopted a purely market-driven approach leaving the private forces to take up digital terrestrial television.
This article discusses the concept of "privacy" as a dynamic component that has changed and it is still subject to changes due to the advance of the internet and social media in particular. Our personal information has become a commodity that can raise our visibility in the social media driven world.
A paper about the international media coverage of the crisis in Greece and in Eurozone. Published: The Media and Financial Crises: Comparative and Historical Perspectives. Edited by Steve Schifferes, Richard Roberts, London: Routledge, 2015.