Marius Dragomir

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NationalityBritish-Romanian
CitizenshipUnited Kingdom-Romania
Occupation
  • Journalist
  • Media Scholar

Marius Dragomir is a British-Romanian journalist and media scholar. He is the director of the Center for Media, Data and Society, a media research center, based in Budapest. Between 2004 and 2016, Dragomir worked for the Open Society Foundations (OSF)[1] in London where he has managed the research and policy portfolio of the Program on Independent Journalism (PIJ), formerly known as the Network Media Program (NMP). Dragomir was one of the main editors at Mapping Digital Media, “the largest international study of media policy ever conducted”[2][3] that covered 56 countries worldwide. Dragomir was the main writer and editor of Television Across Europe, a comparative study of broadcast media and policies that covered 20 European countries.[4][5][6][7]

Dragomir has written about media regulation, public service media, journalism funding and media ownership as well as media and journalism in authoritarian societies.[8]

References

  1. "Marius Dragomir:the media captured by governments and oligarchs are a major source of disinformation". www.euractiv.ro. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  2. "Reporting facts: free from fear or favour". UNESCO.
  3. "Mapping Digital Media Series: New media & news – Measuring the Impact". lse.ac.uk.
  4. Television across Europe: regulation, policy and independence (Volume 1). Open Society Institute. 2005. ISBN 1-891385-35-6.
  5. Television across Europe: regulation, policy and independence (Volume 2). Open Society Institute. 2005. ISBN 1-891385-35-6.
  6. Television across Europe: regulation, policy and independence (Volume 3). Open Society Institute. 2005. ISBN 1-891385-35-6.
  7. Television across Europe: More Channels, Less Independence. New York: Open Society Institute. 2008. ISBN 9781891385858.
  8. Dragomir, Marius. "Authoritarian Societies and Journalism". Oxford Research Encyclopedias.

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