Maryia Sadouskaya-Komlach

Maryia Sadouskaya-Komlach is a media analyst and a journalist with more than 15 years of professional experience. She currently works as Senior Programme Coordinator at Free Press Unlimited in the Netherlands. She has worked in Belarus, Poland, Belgium and France and advised the European Endowment for Democracy on its 2015 Feasibility Study on Russian-language Media Initiatives. She holds a Master’s degree in Political Journalism from Columbia University.

Articles

13.08.2019
Europe’s Broken Media Business Model

With accessible, quality information ever harder to come by, we look at the trends transforming the European media landscape today and the implications for democracy.

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25.04.2019
Europa muss mehr für Medien & Demokratie tun

Angesichts der für Mai 2019 anstehenden Wahlen zum Europäischen Parlament ergreift die EU Maßnahmen, um den realen und imaginären Bedrohungen von Desinformationskampagnen zu begegnen, die die Demokratie untergraben. Die Europäische Kommission unterstützt restriktive und selbstregulierende Maßnahmen, um die Verbreitung falscher und irreführender Nachrichten im Internet zubekämpfen. Aber unabhängige und kritische Medien, einschließlich investigativer JournalistInnen, werden im Kampf gegen Anfeindungen und im Ringen um Einnahmen sich selbst überlassen.

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01.02.2019
Europe Must Do More for Media and Democracy

Despite the attention on fake news, independent media are being left to survive on their own in the face of hostility and a struggle for revenues.

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09.02.2018
Fake News in Visegrad: Overused and Underestimated

Voters in the Visegrad countries rely on increasingly blurred lines between truth and falsehoods while making their choice at polling stations.

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01.07.2016
Zjednoczeni w strachu

Krążenie półprawd może mieć dalekosiężne konsekwencje i wpłynąć nie tylko na stosunki Unii z Rosją i jej sąsiadami, ale nawet na wewnętrzny proces integracji.

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01.07.2016
United in Fear

A circulation of misinformation can have far-reaching implications, and can influence not only the European Union’s relations with Russia and its neighbours, but also its own internal process of integration.

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