Debates CI: comunicación et información

Freedom of expression and broadcasting regulation

This study, written by international experts, Toby Mendel and Eve Salomon, provides content for reflection on the centrality of regulation for the protection, promotion and guarantee of the right to receive, seek and impart information, ideas and opinions.

Indicadores da qualidade no jornalismo: políticas, padrões e preocupações de jornais e revistas brasileiros

Media quality indicators: policies, standards and concerns of Brazilian magazines and newspapers is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

Jornalistas e suas visões sobre qualidade: teoria e pesquisa no contexto dos indicadores de desenvolvimento da mídia da UNESCO

Journalists and their vision on quality: theory and research in the context of UNESCO’ Media Development Indicators is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

Qualidade jornalística: ensaio para uma matriz de indicadores

Quality journalism: an essay on a matrix of indicators is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

Sistema de gestão da qualidade aplicado ao jornalismo: uma abordagem inicial

Quality management systems applied to journalism: an initial approach is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

The Importance of Self Regulation of the Media in Upholding Freedom of Expression

This study, written by Andrew Puddephatt, focuses on different angles of self-regulation applied to the media sector. It summarizes the intersections of the theme with the practice of journalism, the editorial principles and strategies for corporate social responsibility.

The Police blogosphere in Brazil: from shooting to twitter

This publication is the first in-depth study about the most recent and relevant trend in journalistic reporting on police, criminality and security policies. The collection of information and the blogs’ analysis were done through an Internet survey answered by 73 police bloggers, authors of 70 blogs, between May and June 2009.

The Regulatory environment for broadcasting: an international best practice survey for Brazilian stakeholders

This study, written by international experts, Toby Mendel and Eve Salomon, is an investigation of the current regulatory situation of the Brazilian media system in comparison with current practices in ten other democracies (Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Jamaica, Malaysia, South Africa, Thailand, United Kingdom and United States of America) and with recommendations of international law.

Um Levantamento inicial de necessidades e oportunidades de qualificação e capacitação profissional na Fundação Padre Anchieta e na Empresa Brasil de Comunicação

An initial survey of the needs and opportunities for professional training and qualification in the Padre Anchieta Foundation and Brazil Communications Company focuses on strengthening public broadcasting companies through professional qualification.

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