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Date: 2015-08-13 17:07:31Print
Georgia remains the leader of the Eastern Partnership Media Freedom Index for the first half of 2014, while Moldova came in second. Ukraine has switched places with Armenia, and now holds the third position. Azerbaijan and Belarus follow towards the end of the ranking. The Eastern Partnership Media Freedom Index is compiled quarterly within the framework of the project EaP Media Freedom Watch, carried out by the international public organization Internews-Ukraine, in partnership with non-governmental organizations of the five Eastern Partnership countries. The Media Freedom Index is calculated by summing up the points obtained by participant countries in four sections – Politics, Practice, Broadcasting and Internet and new media. About 60 media experts were interviewed in order to compile the data. The total results for the participant countries are as follows. Georgia is leading in all components - politics, practice, broadcasting and Internet and new media section.