In early July, a genuinely international group of young scholars and regulators gathered for the 13th annual Annenberg/Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute.
Organised by the Centre for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication and the Programme for Comparative Media Law and Policy at University of Oxford, the two-week programme addressed a wide range of media policy issues, focusing not only on recent Western debates, but also on new media systems in conflict and post-conflict countries. A common feature of the sessions was the open and interactive environment. Constantly encouraged by Professor Monroe Price, participants added their rich international perspectives to the presentations. These can be grouped in four general areas.
Read the entire entry on the LSE Research Newsletter – August 2011 (page 7)