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News December 2, 2016 MOM Peru reveals high level of media concentration that threatens freedom of expression in the country News Organisation RSF_en These are some of the main findings published today in Lima of the Media Ownership Monitor (MOM), a joint research and advocacy project carried out in Peru by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and OjoPúblico, an investigative digital media outlet. The international project led by RSF investigates media ownership structures and the news media’s legal environment and has been carried out in a number of countries in America, Europe and Asia since 2015.MOM Peru has revealed a high degree of media ownership concentration as well as a lack of regulation by the state, and confirms the dominant position of the El Comercio Group. The detailed results of the study, developed between September and November 2016 in Lima, are now available to the public at www.monitoreodemedios.pe in Spanish and English.”Our investigation confirms El Comercio Group’s unparalleled dominance in the media market, leaving far behind ATV and Latina as the second and third most powerful media groups in the country,” said OjoPúblico’s executive director Oscar Castilla. “El Comercio dominates the circulation of national newspapers, wields considerable power in digital media, has a large reach in the television sector and controls a considerable portion of the overall media sector’s advertising revenues.” “Even though no direct political control over the media is discernible in Peru, there is a danger to media pluralism stemming from a regulatory vacuum “, added RSF Germany’s executive director Christian Mihr. High concentration in various media sectorsThe MOM investigation analyzed the 40 media outlets with the largest audience numbers in Peru – ten each of radio stations, Internet news portals, TV channels and newspapers. Out of these 40, 16 belong to the El Comercio Group, which concentrates 80% of the estimated circulation of newspapers and 78% of the market readership. Its weight on the Internet is also unparalleled: According to the MOM analysis, it concentrates 68% of the estimated total audience of online news media.El Comercio also received 60% of the total revenue earned by the eight most important private media groups. The estimated combined revenue of the three major groups El Comercio, ATV and Latina accounted for 84% of the total market volume. ”The dangerously dominating market position of El Comercio Group exceeds everything we have seen around the world so far and poses a major threat to media pluralism.” said RSF’s Christian Mihr.The MOM investigation also found a high degree of concentration in television, radio and internet sectors.In free TV, much of the audience is concentrated on the channels controlled by the three largest groups in Peru: América Televisión, Latina and ATV. The situation of media pluralism in Peru appears even more alarming given the commercial advertising alliances between the two most important channels, America and ATV, and between Latina and Panamericana Television, respectively. The four groups account for a combined 57% of the television audience as measured by Kantar Ibope Media in 2015.A similar scenario is found in the radio broadcast sector. The ten most important radio stations in the country are in the hands of four groups (RPP Group, CRP, Universal Corporation and Panamericana de Radios). Seven of them belong to just to groups – GrupoRPP and CRP.In digital media, investigation also showed that 90% of advertising revenue are concentrated in the top 10 digital media, seven of them belonging to El Comercio.Media ownership is in the hands of familiesOf the ten media groups investigated by MOM Peru, six are in the hands of families. Apart from the personal business activities of their individual owners, almost all of these groups concentrate their investments virtually exclusively in the communications sector.The exception is El Comercio Group, the economically strongest and most diversified of all, which has a presence in such diverse sectors as education, real estate, printing and entertainment in Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Colombia.Unlike in other countries investigated by the MOM project worldwide, media outlets in Peru were not found to be affiliated to any political parties on the national level. However, the data gathered show that major shareholders, board members, senior management executives as well as journalists – especially in the El Comercio, Latina and ATV groups – have widespread business ties across the country.Although the Peruvian constitution prohibits monopolies in the media sector, there is little regulation to define the details of this principle and even less effort to implement the constitution’s provisions.Transparency issues and the impact of audience measurementOne of the biggest problems of the MOM project’s investigation in Peru was the lack of transparency concerning the ownership of some media outlets. In the case of Latina, the majority shareholder of which is an investment fund called Enfoca, the exact ownership details, although formally declared on the Lima Stock Exchange, are in practice concealed by an offshore corporation registered on the Cayman Islands that serves as the parent company. In the case of ATV and its subsidiaries, a large number of companies conceal the links with its headquarters in Miami, called Albavisión.Additionally, the system of audience measurement in Peru called the investigator´s attention: Because for each sector (television, radio, internet, print) there is a monopoly for measuring media consumption. Each of the market research companies concerned publishes audience data related only to media outlets of its respective clients. “This means that there is no transparency about the real cross-sector media consumption in all four sectors.” said MOM Peru’s project manager Nina Ludewig. “Considering that audience data are critical for the decisions of private advertisers as well as for state advertising, this lack of information is even more critical. The lack of market transparency therefore has a negative impact on the survivability of media outlets and thus on media pluralism.”–OjoPúblico is an investigative digital media outlet based in Lima that focuses its investigations on power groups in the national and international economy, as well as on networks of organized crime, impacts of extractive industries and human rights issues.Media Ownership Monitor is a global project launched by the international press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders. It has been or is being carried out in eight countries worldwide, including Turkey, Tunisia, Colombia and Cambodia. By applying a generic methodology for all countries, it looks at ownership and media concentration of the most relevant audio-visual, print and online outlets, which are selected based on audience share. The project is funded by the German Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ). April 1, 2020 Find out more Follow the news on Peru News High levels of revenue and ownership concentration in the media sector pose a threat to freedom of information in Peru. Concentration is also exceptionally high in terms of circulation and audience in the print and digital media sectors. Receive email alerts to go further PeruAmericas Media independence Conflicts of interestFreedom of expression News China’s diplomats must stop attacking media over coronavirus reporting December 4, 2019 Find out more Latin American media: under control of families, economic and political elites Help by sharing this information February 10, 2017 Find out more PeruAmericas Media independence Conflicts of interestFreedom of expression Latin America’s community radio – a key service but vulnerable
Previous articleWoman dies after city centre fallNext articleAllegations of indecent assault against former Christian Brother admin WhatsApp Facebook NewsLocal NewsAccused believed to be ‘part of bigger prostitution ring’By admin – June 25, 2010 1511 Linkedin Advertisement Twitter A POLISH national who was held in custody on charges of organising and running a brothel from an apartment in Limerick city, has achieved bail following an application to the High Court earlier this week. 26-year-old Polish national Mariusz Glazer, with addresses at apartments at Richmond Court, Mount Kennett Place, appeared in Limerick District Court last week after Judge Tom O’Donnell had refused bail last month. The State, through Garda James Bourke, regarded Glazer as a flight risk as he did not have any ties with the country. However, the ruling was overturned at the higher court and Mariusz Glazer was released after his father posted an independent bail surety of €2,000 to the District Court office this week.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up In front of Judge Tom O’Donnell, during a video link hearing from Limerick Prison, the court heard that the accused man would consent to a three week adjournment while the DPP prepared the file against him. The court had heard earlier that the accused man was “possibly part of a bigger ring” and that some preferred directions could be furnished against him.Judge O’Donnell urged Inspector Gerry Horan to obtain the directions of the DPP for the next sitting.Glazer was subject to an executed search warrant in relation to an apartment held and used by him.It is alleged that the defendant was found at the apartment with a laptop, several mobile phones, bank lodgement slips and sums of money on his person.Garda James Bourke had told a previous sitting that a follow-up search in another adjacent apartment yielded 13 phones, evidence of money transfers outside the jurisdiction and two females, believed to be prostitutes.He added that during the course of the searches, the mobile phones were ringing and they took statements from four alleged customers that called to the apartment.Garda Bourke added that on the following day, after a search of a third apartment, it was alleged that a laptop, further sums of money and evidence of prostitution were found.He added that the 26-year-old made certain admissions, and that the State were in possession of witness statements to support the charge.According to direct evidence given by gardai, Glazer is believed to be part of a “bigger prostitution ring that could be connected with the trafficking of women from mainland Europe”.Glazer is to appear in court on July 8 next, where the directions of the DPP and any further or preferred charges are to be furnished to the court. Print Email
Previous articleSense of ‘over-policing’ in Rathkeale at ChristmasNext articleSuspension of inquiry into child sex abuse case sparks concern Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Twitter TAGSNewspolitics NewsHeritagePoliticsLimerick City councillors step back from €30,000 grant to frame postersBy Bernie English – February 21, 2019 1272 Limerick on Covid watch list Advertisement WhatsApp Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat Print Vicky calls for right to die with dignity Email Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Mayor James Collins and Nicky Woulfe with two of the Cranberries posters.Photo: Brendan GleesonLIMERICK city councillors expressed uncertainty over a proposal to give €30,000 towards framing a private collection of rare music posters, including some featuring the late Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan.Limerick DJ and collector, Nicky Woulfe, had previously made a presentation to councillors on a planned visitor centre, ‘Music Memories and Memorabilia’ and told them that the funding would help offset some of the expected costs, which are estimated to reach over €100,000 for the project.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The original project had 157 relics from the world of popular music from the past 50 years but has now grown with up to 1,200 items identified for an extensive public visitor attraction.According to Mr Woulfe, the collection has been promised items from luminaries such as Thin Lizzy, Van Morrison, Horslips, Mary Black and as well as the Cranberries.But City East councillor Kieran O’ Hanlon (FF) told last Monday’s Metropolitan District meeting of Limerick City and County Council that they had already allocated an €80,000 budget for tourism, and €30,000 for St Patrick’s Day.“It is an excellent idea having a memorabilia project, however there are other projects and proposals that should be considered. For example, there is a lot of interest in having a fishing competition on the canal,” he said.City North’s John Gilligan (IND) said, “This fund was established to build long time structures for Limerick such as annual events.“Limerick City has nothing to offer. There needs to more new events in Limerick like the Riverfest”.Cmhlr Séighin Ó Ceallaigh (SF), City East, said that what they were talking about was “a private collection.“There should be money there for memorabilia. Like there was for Terry Wogan’s statue but still we are waiting over a year for a Dolores O’ Riordan statue”.Cllr Frankie Daly (IND) City North, said: “We need to be prudent with the private collection, instead of a knee jerk reaction. After all, we are talking about €30,000.”Members agreed to a proposal from Cllr O’Hanlon to defer the decision until they had heard presentations from all of the groups seeking money from the Metropolitan committee.by Miranda Leahy and Bernie [email protected] Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Linkedin Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possible
Previous articleInquest continues into deaths of eight men in InishowenNext articleRoad closed at rear of LYIT in Letterkenny following collision admin By admin – February 26, 2016 Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Twitter Pinterest Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Facebook Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp 1.5 million euro has been allocated to the Glenties Electoral area for road repairs and damage caused by numerous storms and flooding over the winter months.A total of 7 million euro has been allocated to Donegal, with the Glenties area receiving the highest allocation in the county.Cllr. Micheal Chom Mac Giolla Easbuig has welcomed the allocation………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/michglentiesroads.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Google+ PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Work to start on road repairs following floods
Twitter By News Highland – November 27, 2019 Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Previous articleTalks to restore devolved Government in NI to begin next monthNext articleToyota drop Kris Meeke for next season News Highland The Central Statistics Office says people in the counties of Galway, Donegal, Mayo, Leitrim and Roscommon live furthest away from most everyday services.61% of people in Donegal live more than 10 kilometres from a garda station, while 26% of people in the county are more than 50 kilometres from an Emergency Department.The CSO study shows the average distance to an Emergency Department in the state is just over 20 kilometres, in Donegal, it’s almost 36 kilometres.The average distance to a 24 hour garda station nationally is eight kilometres. In Donegal, the figure is over twice that.Access to eight other vital services are covered – Fire stations, libraries, secondary schools, primary schools, GP surgeries, pharmacies, supermarkets and post offices.In every instance, the average travelling distance for people in Donegal is higher than the national average.Average travelling distances comparison Purple = State, Blue = Donegal. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA CSO survey shows how far people travel for services in Donegal DL Debate – 24/05/21 Homepage BannerNews Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest
The properties are part of a lawsuit from Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh who claimed the company’s Westminster Management engaged in “unfair or deceptive” rental practices, lying about the quality of rental units and levels of maintenance it would provide, according to the state’s attorney general.The case is still active and awaiting a decision from the administrative law judge, the publication reported. The sale is unrelated to the charges, according to Morali.[Bloomberg News] — Cordilia JamesContact Cordilia James Full Name* Email Address* Commercial Real Estatekushner companies Share via Shortlink Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Kushner’s Laurent Morali and one of the apartment complexes (Google Maps)Kushner Companies has found a buyer for more of its Maryland multifamily portfolio.The real estate firm sold two apartment complexes in the Baltimore area for $240 million, Bloomberg News reported, citing sources familiar with the deal. The move comes after it sold another pair of apartment buildings in the area earlier this year for about $69.3 million.The company listed 10 multifamily properties in the Baltimore area for $800 million in December.Company president Laurent Morali told the publication that the Maryland properties were purchased a decade ago and had reached the end of their investment horizon.ADVERTISEMENT“We are following through with our original business plan to create an exit for our partners after 10 years of ownership,” Morali said in a statement. Kushner Cos. declined to comment to The Real Deal.But Bloomberg reported that buyers are already lined up for six additional apartment buildings in the portfolio, with those deals expected to close in the next few months.Read moreKushner eyes return to normalcy. Good luck. Kushner starts construction on first South Florida development, scores $80M loan Kushner Companies plans $100M Israeli bond raise Tags Message*
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Wednesday, BYU men’s basketball addressed the media at the BYU Broadcasting Center for the Cougars’ annual media day.Representatives included head coach Mark Pope and seniors, forward Yoeli Childs, guard Jake Toolson and guard TJ Haws.Pope said he enjoys the fact that he has seven seniors as they have a “calming influence” on the rest of the squad and continued, “seniors are magic.”Pope also stated of his squad, “we love drama” concerning a question about how the Cougars handle adversity. Furthermore, he lauded former BYU head coach Dave Rose for helping his squad “understand the nuances of the game.”Childs, when asked what the Cougars have to do to play the right way this season, said “we need to get to the right spots [and] move the ball.”He was also asked about the addition of Toolson to the program and his previous experience with Pope at Utah Valley University. Childs was impressed with this move, saying “it takes out a lot of the guesswork.”In speaking of fellow senior forward Dalton Nixon, Childs lauded him as “a cutter” and “the perfect glue guy,” and calling him “the dude that everyone wants on their team.”Toolson cited the special bond that exists between himself and the coaching staff and said “I want to finish this experience with them.”When asked about Pope’s comment concerning the magic of seniors, Haws said “our guys really know what it takes to win day in and day out.”In closing, Haws said the seniors really want to go out and win and that this season presents a great opportunity for such to occur. Tags: BYU Men’s Basketball/Dalton Nixon/Dave Rose/Jake Toolson/Mark Pope/TJ Haws/Yoeli Childs Brad James October 10, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Basketball Conducts Annual Media Day Wednesday
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