Is independent media a public good and is public subsidy to support it realistic?

Research / MIRH/ 22 June 2022

By James Deane, Head of Policy, BBC Media Action

This working paper argues that business models capable of supporting independent media are decreasingly available, that media markets are increasingly fertile territory for government co-option and that alternative sources of revenue for independent media are scarce.


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