- Latvian journalism and the European Union: a Brussels and Riga perspective
- Media Transformations
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- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR)
Journalists play a central, yet not fully studied, role in the accession of the Baltic States to the European Union. Consequently, this study presents an analysis of EU journalism in Latvia as one of the Baltic Member States. Findings are based on qualitative, semi-structured interviews with journalists in Riga and correspondents in Brussels, who all are directly responsible for EU news coverage. The study shows that EU journalism in Latvia takes surprisingly similar shapes to that of the Western EU Member States.
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