The website is still 'work in progress', and the database will be revised soon, but content in some fields is emerging. There are now several 'islands' (thematic sections) in which a number of profiles have been created:
1) The island 'Canadian Broadcast Policy' encompasses organizations and polic documents of broadcast policy in Canada, with the aim of building a comprehensive resource on key policy actors and documents in Canada.
2) 'Funding Public Service Broadcasting' includes organizations, documents, resources and people that have been relevant in recent debates on changing the funding models for public service broadcasting in Germany and the UK.
3) 'Policy Change in North Africa and the Middle East' points to current information and relevant actors regarding policy change in the region and will help to keep track on discussions on how to build more democratic media environments in the Arab countries.
You can access these islands at http://www.globalmediapolicy.net/islands