Independent consultant Susan Abbott continues her discussion on media development in a post-2015 development agenda. For further reading, see Susan’s post “Understanding Media Development’s Place in the Post-2015 Development Agenda.”
Efrat Daskal, an Annenberg-Oxford 2013 alum and 2014 CGCS Visiting Scholar, looks at the emerging digital rights movement in Israel which materialized in response to the 2009 Israeli Biometric Database Law initiative.
Dr. Gregory Taylor’s book, Shut Off: The Canadian Digital Television Transition is the culmination of Dr. Taylor’s research examining Canada’s transition from analogue to digital television. It has been shortlisted for the 2014 Donner Prize, recognizing excellence and innovation in public policy writing by Canadians.
Christine Lohmeier examines media-free zones within the context of ontological security. Christine is an Assistant Professor at the University of Munich and former CGCS visiting scholar. Her research interests relate to inter/transnational communication, media and collective memory and identity and…Read More