Introduction| Structural Media Pluralism

Beata Klimkiewicz


The traditional concept of structural media pluralism, normatively corresponds with a media system as a whole, and refers to the existence of a wide range of media outlets, organisations and services reflecting various points of view, recognising diverse cultural representations, and offering different ways of interaction and use. This framing also implies an existence of diverse ownership, not only in terms of various entities owning media outlets, but also presupposing different ‘types’ of media ownership, such as state, private, non-profit, Church, minority, etc.

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