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COMPACT: FROM RESEARCH TO POLICY THROUGH RAISING AWARENESS OF THE STATE OF THE ART ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND CONVERGENCE

Deliverables

Copenhagen seminar

Partner 12: organisation of a seminar in Copenhagen, and follow up of local dissemination activity. Providing related data for partners 3, 8 and 15.

Online Convergence Centre (OCC) v1 (BETA)

the key project results dissemination and stakeholder engagement portal

Online International Symposium on 5G: “5W on 5G”

NUIG to online International Symposium on 5G: “5W on 5G”with local follow up dissemination activities. Providing related outputs for partners 3 , 8 and 15.

"Brief #1"

a basic marketing campaign

Ljubljana seminar

Organisation of a seminar in Ljubljana with follow up local dissemination activities.

Project Branding

the important project dissemination artefact like colour schemes logos document and presentation templates

Dissemination plan

the general strategy and guidelines for project results communication and stakeholder engagement

Sofia seminar

Partners 5 + 9: organisation of seminar in Sofia, and local follow up dissemination activity. Providing related outputs for partners 3, 8 and 15.

Barcelona seminar

Organisation of seminar in Barcelona and local follow up dissemination activity

E-mail database of Organisations and Individuals

A compilation of stakeholder contacts for easy project results dissemination newsletters mailing lists

Munich Seminar

SCM will organise seminar in Munich with local follow up dissemination activities.

Online Convergence Centre (OCC) v3

the final version of the OCC that will be maintained beyond the duration of the project. The final version will be adjusted and improved based on 14 months of experiences and user feedback.

"Brief #2"

a second major marketing campaign

Riga Seminar

Partner 13: organisation of a seminar in Riga, and follow up local dissemination activity. Providing related data for partners 3, 8 and 15.

Bratislava seminar

SCM will organise seminars in Bratislava (with partner 4) and local follow up dissemination activities in Bratislava as well as international dissemination activity in cooperation jointly with partners 3, 8 and 15. Partners 4,5, 12 will provide contacts among professional stakeholders.

Online Convergence Centre (OCC) v2

the final version to be released and used by the stakeholders, the portal will aggregate all the contents that later will be available to the seminar participants (though will be available to everybody online throughout the project).

Project´s website

the primary project communication channel project website

Brussels Seminar

Organisation of seminars in Brussels and local follow up dissemination activites

Flyer

paper and digital flyer for project marketing

Categories of pre-standardisation initiatives

EU Member States ProgressFocus inat policy prestandardisation initiativesArchitectural IssuesStreaming Content Content Aware RoutingContent Aware Networks CachingSearching Retrieval3D coding representation and renderingNew Media Experience

Emergent TV & Video Content Production Symposium

"""Emergent TV & Video Content Production Symposium""); between August and November and dissemination through upcoming online events (UNESCO)"

Immersive Technologies Symposium

A convergent VR symposium hosted using VR technologies

"Brief #3"

final marketing campaign

Report and recommendations about future policy and regulatory frameworks

Report and recommendations about future policy and regulatory frameworks

The Broken Internet Symposium

"""The Broken Internet"" - fake news combating & news quality assurance"

Report on Media Regulators & convergence

Report on Media Regulators & convergence

KIEV Symposium

Organisation of a symposium in KIEV, Ukraine.

A compendium on R&D programmes/ activities

Report on Media Regulators and Convergence. This is the analytical part of the report. It will identify main trends and issues emerging from the data. The report will focus at emerging forms of regulation (public, private, co-regulation and self-regulation).

Report on current policy and regulatory frameworks in media and content convergence

Report on current policy and regulatory frameworks in media and content convergence

Summary report on seminars

Summary report on seminars D4.1-D4.9

Future Research on Convergence and Social Media

Report on Research Agendas and Roadmaps. This is analytical part of the report. It will identify main trends and issues emerging from the collected data.

Report on Stakeholders coordination

Stakeholders coordination – Situational Report. This will include three key areas concerning stakeholders´ coordination. First, we focus how, in effect, stakeholders´ coordination is efficient. This will be done analysis (single body, multistakeholder body, and no-coordination). Secondly, there will be a check on the effectiveness of coordinating efforts. The scale will be “very effective coordination” (regular meetings, minutes, assigned tasks) to somehow validate (comparatively with previous, this is at a lower level – less frequent meetings and unclear progress), through more or less formal coordination (coordinating body exists but there are only ad-hoc meetings with no real progress) to no-coordination. Thirdly, this report will provide the fundamental perspective(s) of stakeholders. The analyses will be carried out based on the size of a document dedicated to key areas (scientific, political, economic and technical). Who is responsible? : Single body / Multistakeholder body/ No-coordination Effectiveness of coordination: Very effective coordination, Somehow effective coordination, more or less formal coordination, No-coordination exists or only very weak coordination Key Perspective of coordinators: scientific,political, economic, technical

Report on national courts, social media and convergence

Report on national courts, social media and convergence

State of the art research on Convergence and Social Media

A compendium on R&D programmes/activities within EU focused at Social Media and Convergence, expected size: 60 pages, will be compiled and divided into subcategories. MoD: 21 a) Subcategories: R&D on Social Media with primary purpose to inform (R&D on Information Social Media), R&D on Social Media with main purpose to connect/serve professional (R&D on Professional Social Media), In addition, R&D on Social Media with primary purpose to educate (R&D on Educational Social Media), last but not the least, R&D on Social Media with primary purpose to serve hobby interests (R&D on Hobby Social Media). b) Subcategories: the same as above but based on applied research methods and related ethical issues (e.g. protection of minors) c) Subcategories: the same as above but based on sector (private, public. private-public, state, other) d) Subcategories: the same as above but based on a stage of research or development (planning – initial stage – advanced stage – final results)

EU Member States Progress/Focus in/at policy pre-standardisation initiatives

A compendium on pre-standardisation initiatives within the EU (+ selected non-EU countries) focused on Social Media and Convergence. Multi viewpoint coding, Streaming Content, Content aware networks Architectures for massive content distribution, Content searching, finding & retrieval, Architectures for converged networking, Content aware routing, Content Filtering, aggregation, Storage, caching, repositories, Architectures for 3D augmented worlds Contextual based Searching Rendering of complex scenes, 3D content representation, Beyond HDTV /electronic cinema Quality of experience Optimised searching, Social Networking

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Publications

Igra mačke z mišjo: medijska regulacija v Evropski uniji v času algoritmizacije komuniciranja

Author(s): Tanja Kerševan Smokvina, Tanja Pavleska
Published in: Javnost - The Public, 26/sup1, 2019, Page(s) S82-S99, ISSN 1318-3222
Publisher: European Institute for Communication and Culture
DOI: 10.1080/13183222.2019.1696604?journalcode=rjav20

Social media before domestic courts in Europe: An analysis of free speech cases

Author(s): Evangelia Psychogiopoulou, Federica Casarosa
Published in: Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 27/6, 2020, Page(s) 791-805, ISSN 1023-263X
Publisher: SAGE
DOI: 10.1177/1023263x20979191

Social Media Regulation: Models and Proposals

Author(s): Bissera Zankova, Valeriy Dimitrov
Published in: Journalism and Mass Communication, 10/2, 2020, ISSN 2160-6579
Publisher: David Publishing Company
DOI: 10.17265/2160-6579/2020.02.002

A Comparison of Fake News Detecting and Fact-Checking AI Based Solutions

Author(s): Andrej Školkay, Juraj Filin
Published in: Studia Medioznawcze, 20/4, 2019, Page(s) 365-383, ISSN 2451-1617
Publisher: Warsaw University, Poland
DOI: 10.33077/uw.24511617.ms.2019.4.187

Performance analysis of fact-checking organisations and initiatives in Europe: a critical overview of online platforms fighting fake news.

Author(s): Tanja Pavleska, Andrej Skolkay, Bissera Zankova, Nelson Ribeiro and Anja Bechmann
Published in: DISINFORMATION AND DIGITAL MEDIA AS A CHALLENGE FOR DEMOCRACY, 2020
Publisher: INTERSENTIA

Research on Social Media and Convergence in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

Author(s): Andrej Školkay, Gergö Hajzer, Juraj Filin, Tomasz Anusiewicz, Ľubica Adamcová, Veronika Vighová and Igor Daniš
Published in: 2020
Publisher: LEXINGTON BOOKS

Social Media and Convergence in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

Author(s): Andrej Školkay, Gergö Hajzer, Juraj Filin, Tomasz Anusziewicz, Ľubica Adamcová, Veronika Vighová, Igor Daniš
Published in: Media and Mass Communication Research in Post-Socialist Societies edited by Minielli, Lukacovic, Samoilenko, Finch, & Uecker, 2021, 2021, Page(s) Chapter 10
Publisher: Lelxington Books of Rowman & Littlefield

Harnessing Virtual Reality for e-Participation - Defining VR-Participation Domain as extension to e-Participation

Author(s): Lukasz Porwol, Adegboyega Ojo
Published in: Proceedings of the 20th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2019, Page(s) 324-331, ISBN 9781450372046
Publisher: ACM
DOI: 10.1145/3325112.3325255

FIGHTING FAKE NEWS AND HOAXES IN THE AGE OF CONVERGENCE: EVALUATION OF FACT-CHECKING AND DEBUNKING ORGANIZATIONS' PERFORMANCE

Author(s): Bissera Zankova
Published in: DIGITALNE MEDIJSKE TEHNOLOGIJE I DRUŠTVENO-OBRAZOVNE PROMENE 8, 2019
Publisher: Digitalna biblioteka

From VR-Participation Back to Reality - an AI&VR-driven Approach for Building Models for Effective Communication in e-Participation

Author(s): Lukasz Porwol, Agustín García Pereira, A. Ojo
Published in: AICS 2019 Proceedings, 2019
Publisher: CEUR Workshop Proceedings

VR-Participation & Dialogue: Towards Integrated Framework for Virtual Reality-Mediated Consensus and Community Building*

Author(s): Lukasz Porwol, Adegboyega Ojo
Published in: The 21st Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2020, Page(s) 24-30, ISBN 9781450387910
Publisher: ACM
DOI: 10.1145/3396956.3398259

Research Findings and Policy Recommendations for Organizations and Initiatives Tackling Fake News

Author(s): Tanja Pavleska, Andrej Školkay, Bissera Zankova, Nelson Ribeiro, Anja Bechmann
Published in: 2018
Publisher: Project website

European Efforts to Regulate Internet Intermediaries

Author(s): Bissera Zankova
Published in: 2018-05-03, 2018
Publisher: Association of European Journalists - Bulgaria

Research Agendas and Roadmaps on Social Media and Convergence in V-4

Author(s): Andrej Skolkay
Published in: September 5, 2018, 2018
Publisher: Dennik N

Self- and Co-regulation in the new AVMSD - IRIS Special

Author(s): Amedeo Arena, Mark D. Cole, Jan Henrich, Bernardo Herman, Pascal Kamina, Susanne Lackner, Michèle Ledger, Roberto Mastroianni, Gabor Polyak, Andrej Školkay, Jörg Ukrow, Krzysztof Wojciechowski
Published in: European Audiovisual Observatory, 2019
Publisher: European Audiovisual Observatory

An Exploratory Study of Global and Local Discourses on Social Media Regulation

Author(s): Andrej Skolkay
Published in: Global Media Journal German Edition, 10(1), twice a year, 2020, ISSN 2196-4807
Publisher: Carola Richter & Christine Horz
DOI: 10.22032/dbt.44942