Dr Maria Michalis is an Associate Professor in Communication Policy at the University of Westminster’s Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), a leading research centre in the UK and internationally for almost thirty years.
Dr Michalis has been for over 20 years now researching telecommunications, Internet and television policy and regulation. She has published widely on these issues. She is author of ‘Governing European Communications’ (Lexington, 2007), and has numerous refereed academic articles and book chapters. In recent years, her work has concentrated on the convergence between television and the Internet, and on examining the major transformations in ‘television’ like internationalization, platformization and growing on-demand consumption.
Dr Michalis is also active professionally. She regularly makes submissions to policy consultations. Her public-facing role includes positions in civil-society organizations. She has presented her research at European and international policy fora, at venues that bring together academics, industry and policy-makers including the European Parliament, the European Audiovisual Observatory and Unesco.
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