The handbook Changing Media Landscapes in Transitional Countries – Handbook on Mapping Media Landscapes is to provide a brief introduction to how a basic mapping of the media landscape in transitional countries can be established so that for civil society, politicians, media owners and journalists can make informed decisions. The handbook was produced with the support of International Media Support.
Media landscapes in countries undergoing transition often change radically and just as often there is no solid knowledge about these changes. This means that the different stakeholders in the media and civil society navigate in unknown territories governed by unsubstantiated claims and rumours. This handbook provides advice and recommendations on how to establish a media mapping capacity in countries that recently have experienced political change.
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