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Dr. Tanja Kerševan, Assistant Professor

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  • Dr. Tanja Kerševan, Assistant Professor
    Contact:
    Phone: +386 1 58 05 214
    Email: is.jl-inu.vdf@navesrek.ajnat
    Office Hours:
    Mondays, 10 am - 12 pm, upon prior arrangement via e-mail.
    Room:
    BP 18
    Courses:

    Undergraduate courses
    Media policy and regulation
    Journalism Internship

    Graduate courses
    Master Thesis
    Newsroom Internship
    Expert sphere:
    media policies
    media regulation
    communication policies
    platform governance
    film policies
  • Assistant professor and researcher at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana (2019-present) with a background in media regulation. Earned PhD in Communication Studies in 2014 at University of Ljubljana with a dissertation on EU Media Policy Discourses (The Case of the AVMS Directive). Currently coordinating an EU-cofunded project on science communication (2022-2025) and a work package of a national research project dedicated to media literacy and pluralism (2022-2025) and teaching at the undergraduate (Media policy and regulation; Journalism Internship) and graduate level (Master Thesis; Newsroom Internship), as well as coordinating the Master Degree Programme of Journalism. Participated in the EurOMo project (co-funded by European Commission; 2022-2023) aimed at transparency of media ownership; and Compact (HORIZON 2020) examining codes and practices tackling information disorder. Former Member and Gender Equality Rapporteur of the MSI-AUT, the Council of Europe Expert Committee on Human Rights Dimensions of Automated Data Processing and Different Forms of Artificial Intelligence, for the period of 2018-2019, and of the MSI-NET, the Council of Europe Expert Committee on Internet Intermediaries, in 2016-2017. In 2016, chairing the ERGA (European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services) Subgroup developing the Digital European Toolkit for efficient and flexible regulation. Earlier, in 2011-2013, coordinating the EU co-funded transnational platform SEE Digi.TV for harmonisation of digital transition in the Adriatic region. 25 years of experience in the media sector at the national and international level, including Council of Europe, UNESCO and OSCE projects in Ukraine, Turkey, Moldova, Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Former State Secretary of the Republic of Slovenia, responsible for the media and creative sector (2019-2020) and senior staff member of AKOS, the Slovenian regulatory authority in the field of electronic media (2001-2016).


     

     



     

     

    In Ljubljana, 2 January 2024