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Juni 2020

Die nächste Generation von Online-Medientypen

A virtual Leibniz Media Lunch Talk: On the conference platform Zoom, Stefanie Fuchsloch presents a model that uses six steps to differentiate the different services of platforms and intermediaries according to their relevance to the public opinion-forming process and the information dissemination path, thus facilitating legal definitions.

Beginn: 12:30 p.m.

Join in and discuss the topic with us! After the registration you will receive the dial-in details by e-mail shortly before the event is about to begin.


Plakat200428Traditional media systems have so far concentrated on broadcasting and periodical print publications. New hybrid services and actors such as search engines or social networks are difficult to classify within these traditional media types. One difficulty lies in the demarcation criteria and terminology, which is also evident in the current European reforms: The Audiovisual Media Services Directive uses the term "video-sharing platform services" (Article 1), while the Copyright Directive uses the term "service providers for the sharing of online content" (Article 2); both Directives are relevant to video platforms, but are named differently.

In her lecture, Stefanie Fuchsloch presents a step-based model in accordance with these challenges, which uses six steps to differentiate the different services provided by platforms and intermediaries based on their relevance for the public opinion-forming process and the information dissemination path. The aim of the model is to provide support for further legal definitions.

About Stefanie Fuchsloch

Stefanie Fuchsloch is a doctoral student at the Institute of Journalism at the TU Dortmund University and conducts research in the field of European media law, the normative foundations for the mechanization of journalism and the digital transformation of the public role of the media.

Infos zur Veranstaltung


via Zoom
Nach Anmeldung werden Einwahldaten kurz vor dem Talk zugeschickt

Contact person

Dr. Amélie Pia Hennemann-Heldt, Maître en droit
Associated Researcher Power of Opinion & Digital Media

Dr. Amélie Pia Hennemann-Heldt, Maître en droit

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