African Media Barometer Publications

The following publications are African Media Barometer (AMB) country reports. The AMB is an in-depth and comprehensive description system for national media environments on the African continent. By the end of 2019 AMBs have been conducted in 31 African countries, in some of these already for the sixth time.

African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; Uganda 2012
Windhoek, 2012

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Barometre des medias Africains

première analyse locale du paysage médiatique en Afrique ; RDC 2012 - Republique Démocratique du Congo
Windhoek;Bonn, 2012

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Barómetro africano da media

o primeiro exercício de análise concebido localmente sobre situaçao dos media em África ; Moçambique 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2012

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa : Kenya 2012
Windhoek, 2012

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Barometre des medias Africains

première analyse locale du paysage médiatique en Afrique ; Benin 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2012

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Barometre des medias Africains

première analyse locale du paysage médiatique en Afrique ; Guinée 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2012

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; Botswana 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa : Namibia 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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Barometre des medias Africains

première analyse locale du paysage médiatique en Afrique ; Cameroun 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; Zambia 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa : Nigeria 2011
Windhoek;Bonn, 2012

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Lush, David

One step forwards, two steps back

trends in access to information from the African media barometer 2005 - 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; Togo Africa 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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African media barometer

première analyse locale du paysage médiatique en Afrique ; Madagascar 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2010

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; Tanzania 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; South Africa 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa : Ghana 2011
Windhoek, 2012

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; Ethiopia 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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Baromètre des médias Africains

première analyse locale du paysage médiatique en Afrique ; Mali 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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Barómetro africano da media

o primeiro exercício de análise concebido localmente sobre situaçao dos media em Africa ; Angola 2010
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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