European Media & Regulation
Transparency and trust: The user´s perspective in online content navigation
The concepts of transparency, trust and critical engagement in the context of journalistic news content increasingly curated and delivered to audience by means of algorithms are issues to be discussed in the second episode of this podcast from EPRA – the European Platform of regulatory authorities. The panelists also consider the role of regulators, journalists and the tech industry in ensuring that online news consumption better supports pluralistic and engaged democratic discourse.
You will meet Dr. Ansgar Koene, a Senior Research Fellow at the Horizon Digital Economy Research institute at the University of Nottingham in England, Anna-Sophie Harling, Managing Director for Europe at NewsGuard, and Prof. Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva, Professor at Open University of Catalonia in Spain and partner at Open Evidence, a research and consulting firm standing at the intersection of technology and society.
The podcast is chaired by Mari Velsand, director general at the Norwegian Media Authority and EPRA vice chairperson.
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1. Media plurality in the age of algorithms47:33What is media plurality, and what are the conditions and risks for media plurality in the age of algorithms?These are issues to be discussed in the first episode of this new podcast from EPRA - the European Platform of regulatory authorities.You will meet Olaf Steenfadt, who heads the Media Ownership Monitor project and the Journalism Trust Initiative at Reporters sans frontiers, Eleonora Maria Mazzoli, who is a researcher in the Data, Networks and Society Programme of the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Elda Brogi, who is Scientific Coordinator of the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom at the European University Institute in Florence.The podcast is chaired by Mari Velsand, director general at the Norwegian Media Authority, and EPRA Vice-Chairperson.Follow Epra on Twitter for the latest on European media regulation.