NGO “Telekritika” has developed methodology for monitoring the conflict-sensitive coverage by Ukrainian TV-channels of groups which are influenced by the conflict.
New media monitoring of Ukrainian television for 7-12 December 2015 has been released by Telekritika.
MediaOsvita has analysed cases of Russian propaganda in the new article “New “normality”.
Оrganisation “MediaOsvita” informs about the research about covering of the life of internally displased persons (IDP) in the Ukrainian mass-media. The research was conducte by the association “Common Space” and Delegation of the EU to Ukraine.
Оrganisation “MediaOsvita” informs about the research about covering of the life in occupied Crimea which was conducted by the Internews Ukraine and Eastern European Democratic Centre.
Iryna Fedets, a research fellow of the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (IER), has released an article “Oligarchs on the Airwaves”. Therein she analyzes informational policy of the leading Ukrainian TV-channels, particularly those of Channel 5, and the role of media industry in shaping public opinion.
In the latest media monitoring by “Telekritika”, Petro Burkovsky identifies main messages of President Putin to Russian youth, during the first day of school, and uncovers other popular messages of Russian Television.
NGO Telekrytika, supported by “Internews Network” continues to monitor Russian media.
Experts of the Association “Centre of Content Analysis” conducted a study of the use of “hate speech” in the Ukrainian media. During August 2015, 940828 Ukrainian media reports and messages of 1500 leading Ukrainian bloggers in Facebook on subjects such as Russia, Crimea and Donbas were analysed.