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"The editors have brought together a team of top experts to provide an understanding of the complexities of media policymaking in Europe. Essential policy issues such as convergence, diversity and pluralism, as well as questions concerning intellectual copyright and competition policy, are discussed in intelligent and accessible language. The book should be required reading for students, politicians and citizens concerned about the cultural future of the European region."  - Cees J. Hamelink, Professor of International Communication, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands 

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Karen Donders lectures in European Media and Information Society Policies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. She is Senior Researcher and Project Leader with the Centre for Studies on Media Information and Telecommunication (SMIT). She specializes in European media policy, competition policy and its effects on the media sector, public service broadcasting and private television. She is author of Public Service Media and Policy in Europe, editor of Rethinking European Media and COmmunication Policies (with H. Kalimo, C. Pauwels and B. Van Rompuy, 2009) and has published widely in international journals including Convergence, Journal of Media Law, Journal of Electronic Governance and Info.

Caroline Pauwels lectures in European and Flemmish Media Policy and Communication Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. She is Director of the Centre for Studies on Media Information and Telecommunication (SMIT) and works on European audiovisual policy, entertainment economy and convergence and concentration issues in media policy. She is author of From Television Without Frontiers to Television Beyond Frontiers and Cyberteens, Cyberrisks, Cybertools (with J. Bauwens, C. Lobet-Maris, Y. Poullet and M. Walrave, 2009) and editor of Audiovisual Media in Flanders (with D. Biltereyst and J.C. Burgelman, 1994), B eyond the Digital Divide (with B. Cammaerts, L. Van Audenhove and G. Nullens, 2003), The Ungraspable Audience (with N. Carpentier and O. Van Oost, 2004), and Rethinking European Media and Communications Policies (with H. Kalimo, K. Donders and B. Van Rompuy, 2009).

Jan Loisen lectures in Communication Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. He is Senior Researcher at the Centre for Studies on Media Information and Telecommunication (SMIT) and is Senior Researcher with the Flemmish Research Centre on International Policy. His primary areas of research include global media policy, trade and culture in the EU, WTO and UNESCO, international relations and globalization and information society theories. He is author of Cultural Diversity and Subsidiarity, editor of Subsidiarity and Multilevel Governance (with F. De Ville) and has published articles in the European Journal of Communication, International Journal of Communication and Media Perspecktiven.


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