Mediapoint and MEMO 98, with the support of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA), monitored social media in the run-up to the 11 July parliamentary elections in Moldova.
We monitored social media platforms to determine their impact on the recent elections in Belarus, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan. Check interviews with three experts to learn what were the three main findings in each country.
Between 1 September and 13 November 2020, in cooperation with Mediapoint, we monitored how politicians and parties used Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok in the context of the November 1 and 15, 2020 presidential election in Moldova.
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In 2010, MEMO 98, in cooperation with the Oxford Brookes University/Oxford Media Research, prepared a media monitoring methodology titled Monitoring Moldovan Broadcasters: Methods and Techniques to be used by the Moldovan media...
Od leta 2010 do jari 2011 zástupcovia MEMO poskytovali konzultácie pre Moldavskú Audiovizuálnu Koordinačnú Radu (CCA) súvisiace s rozvojom oddelenia monitoringu, so zameraním predovšetkým na...
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