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Media Freedom and Pluralism

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Beata Klimkiewicz

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1Figure 1.1. A scheme of the regulatory framework of the media 19

2Figure 1.2. Value-chain model of media production 20

3Figure 1.3. Value-chain model of regulatory framework 21

4Figure 2.1. Media Pluralism/Freedom of Expression Power Dynamic 34

5Figure 3.1. An extended new communications policy paradigm 55

6Figure 4.1. Level of Internet access—Households 2007 64

7Figure 4.2. Internet access of households by broadband access 2007 65

8Figure 6.1. S hare of European programming on the main Czech

9national terrestrial TV stations 108

10Figure 6.2. Share of programming from independent producers

11on the main Czech national terrestrial TV stations 109

12Figure 6.3. Proportion of domestic and non-domestic European programming on the main Czech national terrestrial TV stations 111

13Figure 10.1. The new system of content and service delivery . . . 197

14Figure 10.2. Bordejwik, van Kaam: Typology of Information Traffic 198

15Figure 10.3. Find, Play and Share on the example of “Friday Night with Jonathan Ross” 210

16Figure 10.4. PSM obligations—their background and consequences 213

17Figure 12.1. The multidimensional media model 245

18Figure 12.2. Multi-channel environment in Europe: Number of channels in the European TV landscape 247

19Figure 12.3. Digitalization of TV in Europe 248

20Figure 12.4. Penetration of Cable in Europe (2005)248

21Figure 12.5. Triple-play model (2005) 248

22Figure 12.6. Free market media model 256

23Figure 12.7. PSB model 256

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