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Pluralism in European media information

Pier Luigi Parcu explains how the centre for media pluralism contributes to the preservation of media pluralism in Europe

Pier Luigi Parcu introduces his institution, the centre for media pluralism, created by the European Union in order to assess the situation of media pluralism in the different member states.

He explains that this centre monitors media pluralism based on four dimensions: basic protection, market plurality, social inclusiveness, and political independence of the media. He notes that there is too much concentration in the media sector in Europe.

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