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Organizations relating to Media

International Institute of Communications / London, UK / Est. 1967
International Federation of Audit Bureaux of Certification / Sydney NSW, Australia / Est. 1963
Electronic Business Group / Paris, France / Est. 1998
International Federation of Multimedia Associations / Brossard QC, Canada / Est. 1997
South Asian Free Media Association / Lahore, Pakistan
Baltic Association for Media Research / Tartu, Estonia / Est. 1993
European Alliance of News Agencies / Bern, Switzerland / Est. 1957
Arab Centre for Media Studies / Cairo, Egypt
International Media Lawyers Association / Oxford, UK / Est. 2004
International Society for Intermedial Studies / Est. 1996
European Media Management Education Association / Jönköping, Sweden / Est. 2003
MEDEA: MEDIA and LEARNING / Roosbeek, Belgium / Est. 2012
European Centre for Press and Media Freedom / Leipzig, Germany / Est. 2015
Pontifical Council for Social Communications / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1948
European Magazine Media Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1975
IMZ International Music + Media Centre / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1961
Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicación Educativa / Mexico City, Mexico / Est. 1956
Permanent Conference of Mediterranean Audiovisual Operators / Rome, Italy / Est. 1996
European Journalism Centre / Maastricht, Netherlands / Est. 1992
Media Institute of Southern Africa / Est. 1992
New European Media / Heidelberg, Germany
International Society for Media, Religion, and Culture / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 2008
Eurasian Media Forum Foundation / Almaty, Kazakhstan / Est. 2001
Creative Media Business Alliance / Est. 2004
South East European Network for Professionalisation of the Media / Est. 1999
Media Foundation for West Africa / Accra, Ghana / Est. 1997
International Association for the Arts, the Media and Creativity by and with Disabled People / Paris, France / Est. 1988
Multimedia International / Rome, Italy / Est. 1970
International News Media Association / Dallas TX, USA / Est. 1930
Nordic Network for ICT, Media and Learning / Est. 2005
Commonwealth Media Development Fund / London, UK / Est. 1980
International Short Film Conference / Leuven, Belgium / Est. 1970
World Summit on Media for Children Foundation / Fitzroy VIC, Australia / Est. 1999
Africa Free Media Foundation / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1993
News Media Coalition / Brussels, Belgium
World Media Association / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1978
Théophraste Network / Lille, France / Est. 1994
International Programme for the Development of Communication / Paris, France / Est. 1980
European Graphic/Media Industry Network / Dronten, Netherlands / Est. 1990
European Network for Cinema and Media Studies / Marburg, Germany / Est. 2006
Les Médias Francophones Publics / Paris, France / Est. 2016
International DMB Advancement Group / Oslo, Norway / Est. 2009
News Media Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2016
International Media Help / Hennef, Germany / Est. 1996
International Media Support / Copenhagen, Denmark / Est. 2001
IBRA Media / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1955
Middle East Media / Nicosia, Cyprus
Thomson Foundation / London, UK / Est. 1963
Institute for War and Peace Reporting / London, UK / Est. 1991
International Centre for New Media / Salzburg, Austria / Est. 2002

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World Problems relating to Media

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Irresponsible tobacco and cigarette advertising
Culture of violence
Harassment of the media
Excessive portrayal of terrorist activity in the media
Media illiteracy
Misleading advertising
Excessive portrayal of substance abuse in the media
Negative media reporting
Communications stress
Biased portrayal of women in mass media
Lack of women in the advertising industry
Monopoly of the media
Distorted media presentations
Psychological pollution by mass media
Uncontrolled media
Unequal opportunities for media reception
Excessive state control of communications mass media
Declining significance of electoral politics
Advertising censorship

Action Strategies relating to Media

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing medical informatics
Developing software
Popularizing development communication
Promoting press freedom
Ensuring scientific content on mass media
Promoting environmental press
Developing multi media training systems
Developing telecommunications convergence technologies
Censoring the media
Developing computer law
Facilitating low or no-cost use of mass media for education
Enlisting media cooperation on the environment
Countering exploitation of women's image
Providing educational media for the young on sustainable development
Communicating christian message by media
Protecting children from internet marketing exploitation
Studying media and religion
Discussing journalistic ethics
Developing multimedia technology
Resisting the marketing of amoral issues by media
Correcting mismanagement of the media
Focusing on media channels
Expanding broadcasting media
Freeing up media programming
Educating the media

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