As the latest round of developments and revisions of the database and its functionality is coming to a close, content generation is continuing. The 'sections' on Gender&Media, created by Claudia Padovani and her team from University of Padova, is expanding. A new section has started to emerge that gathers data on Korean Broadcast Policy, led by Prof. Daeho Kim from Inha University, South Korea.
Meanwhile the Montreal-based team from McGill University -- including Marc Raboy and Arne Hintz, as well as students Jocelyn Harrington, Ilana Hanokov and Gretchen King -- have continued to develop sections on Canadian Broadcast Policy and Policy Change in North Africa and the Middle East, and have created sections to collect profiles on International Institutions and other Repositories, Maps and Databases.
You will find all sections at http://www.globalmediapolicy.net/sections