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Federal Government Report on Communication and Media

Federal Government Report on Communication and Media

The German Bundestag (Upper House of Parliament) had requested that the Federal Government produce an appropriate report on the state of the media, which continues the tradition of the Federal Government’s media reports last published in 1998. With this, the Federal Government announced its intention to establish a database on the subject of the development of the media and communication systems, to be available along with these reports every two years in future. In addition, the report was meant to offer a point of departure for identifying problems in the area of communication and media early, as well as for presenting various solutions.

The evaluation was published as an addendum to the Federal Government’s Report on Communication and Media on 17 December 2008. The German Bundestag consulted about the report on 5 March 2010 and forwarded the evaluation to the respective committees.

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Project Description

The evaluation was published as an addendum to the Federal Government’s Report on Communication and Media on 17 December 2008. The German Bundestag consulted about the report on 5 March 2010 and forwarded the evaluation to the respective committees. The report forms the basis for the work of the Committee of Enquiry "Internet and Digital Society", which the German Bundestag installed in spring 2010 and is joined by W. Schulz as an independent expert.
  • English Summary Part I (pdf-Datei, 50 KB)
  • English Summary Part II (pdf-Datei, 87 KB)

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Dipl.-Soz. Hermann-Dieter Schröder
Senior Researcher Media Management & Media Organisation

Dipl.-Soz. Hermann-Dieter Schröder

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung │ Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

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