DW Akademie experts regularly publish research findings, discussion papers, or briefings related to media development. The publications are available here.
#mediadev – media development insight and analysis
This paper presents a new model for Media Viability at a time when media outlets face enormous difficulties delivering quality reporting while staying financially afloat. (08.03.2019)
What stops a country's media sector from producing high quality journalism and being sustainable? DW Akademie offers media practitioners, activists, and scholars a new framework to assess media viability. (19.05.2020)
The publication presents DW Akademie's suggestion for new indicators to measure media viability around the world. The criteria were developed as an amendment to UNESCO's Media Development Indicators. (11.01.2017)
The EU-funded project "Women into politics! Greater female participation in Cambodia" took a multi-pronged, multimedia, participatory approach to getting more women involved in the political process (2018-12-06)
This DW Akademie booklet profiles eight public awareness campaigns conducted in African countries. It gives an overview of how the campaigns were designed and implemented, and outlines the lessons learned. (16.10.2018)
The study summarizes the state of the art regarding audience research in media development. It tests innovative methods in three case studies, providing inspiration for research, monitoring, and evaluation. (07.11.2017)
How the Internet is governed in the future will shape global communications, development and human rights. The Internet governance guidebook is written for, and by, stakeholders in the Global South. (10.06.2016)
While press freedom rankings determine national and international media policies, it is not always clear as to how objective these rankings really are. This DW Akademie study takes a closer look. (25.07.2014)
Measuring journalism quality as it relates to media development projects is the focus of this new briefing paper. Using examples, it looks at how content analysis can improve the impact of trainings and consultations. (14.11.2014)
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