Two recent reports cast further light on young people’s increasing disengagement from mainstream news media.
The UK government is developing new policies on media literacy. But what does it mean by media literacy – and where is education in its plans?
How can we make better progress in developing media literacy in Europe? And what should the European Commission itself be doing?
Media literacy policy seems to have become one of the living dead. It is still contained in statute, but no longer displays any discernible signs of life. So how can we account for the disappearance of media literacy from the world of communications policy?