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Findings

Is the Cambodian media landscape concentrated and if yes, how strongly? How well does the current law safeguard media pluralism? Which are the greatest risks to a diverse media coverage that includes all voices, all viewpoints, including criticism of people in power? These ten indicators shed some light on the risks that independent media faces and which could put media pluralism in Cambodia in jeopardy.

The following indicators are the basis for calculating an index describing the risk to media pluralism caused by a certain level of media ownership control. The indicators are developed on the basis of already existing media ownership & media pluralism research. They are inspired by and harmonized with the EU-funded Media Pluralism Monitor implemented by the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom at the European University Institute (EUI, Florence).