European Institute for the Media (EIM)
Institut européen de la communication
1983-05 Manchester UK
May 1983, Manchester (UK), within the University of Manchester and in cooperation with F-XF0704 - European Cultural Foundation (ECF). Moved, Jun 1992, to Düsseldorf (Germany).
Give expression to the growing interdependence of European countries in the field of communication; promote and further scientific research and exchange of experience and information in the field; facilitate cooperation among media professionals, institutions and users in Europe; promote democratic and independent media structures, especially in Eastern Europe.
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