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Russian Media Lab

Russian Media Lab is a multidisciplinary research project in Helsinki focusing on Russian media and freedom of expression

Multidisciplinary research network on media and communications in Russia and beyond
  1. Russian Media Lab Network starts a new season in collaboration with Tampere Research Center for Russian and Chinese Media This academic year RMLN initiative begins with a series of online talks on Russian media, organized in collaboration with Tampere Research Center for Russian and Chinese Media, Tampere University (TaRC). Online talks will bring together a […]
  2. Special issue of Media & Communication Media control and media freedom are like unicorns: everybody tries to see them, but nobody succeeds. Today, in a digitalised, networked world, these unicorns are ever more elusive, as digital technologies blur the lines and create new ones about what media control is and how it can be exerted. […]
  3. Sergey Davydov, the editor of the volume and associate professor from Higher School of Economics, discusses the book’s content and outlines the emerging topics for Runet studies. What is this book about? What issues does it address? This book is about Runet, Russian segment of the internet. We analyze it from different angles: as a […]
  4. by Olga Dovbysh & Paula Rossi A year ago we introduced a new section in the blog – interviews with young scholars and early career researchers to represent their views and opinions on the scholarly issues in media and communication studies. Dmitry Muravyov is a social researcher focusing on critical data studies, data activism, STS […]
  5. RMLN partners from American University of Central Asia are looking for submissions to their edited volume on “Mapping the Media and Communication Landscape of Central Asia: an anthology of emerging and contemporary issues” to be published by Lexington Books Series. More details below! Call for Book Chapter Submissions Tentative book title: “Mapping the Media and […]