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Almost half of Ukrainian online media considered as transparent - IMI research

27.09.2021, 16:32

In 2021, 46% of Ukrainian media were found out to be mostly transparent. This is evidenced by the first part of the Institute of Mass Information's study, which deals with three basic parameters: information on the website about contact details, about the person responsible for the content (manager / editor-in-chief), and about the media owner.

Thus, 46% of media were mostly transparent (scored 2.5 or 3 for a maximum of 3), 40% had an average level of transparency (1.5-2 points), 12% were mostly opaque (0.5-1 points) and completely opaque were 2% (0 points).

Preferably transparent media 6% more than in 2020 year, and 18% more than in 2019

Mostly transparent were found out to be: "Economicheskie Novosti”, Depo.ua, ICTV, "Fokus", "Facty", "Glavred", "Apostroph", Golos.UA, "Ukrainski Novyny”, "Segodnya", UNIAN, Channel 24, " Ogladach", TSN, Suspilne, Dzerkalo tyzhdnya (DT), Hromadske,"Slovo i Dilo ", Ukrinform," Espresso "," Liga.net ", NV, RBC. 

Partially transparent were found out to be: " Rakurs", BBC (Ukrainian service), "Bahnet", "Podrobnosti", "Anticor", Interfax, "Pryamy”, "Khvylya", KP.yua, "Vesti", "Glavkom", "Vgolos" , "Politics", "Babel", "Bukvy", UNN, Zakhid.NET, Gordon.UA, Censor.NET and "Ukrainska Pravda".

The following online media turned out to be mostly opaque: "Korrespondent", Radio Svoboda, Znay.UA, Gazeta.UA, "Telegraf" and "Kommentari".

The online media From-UA, which does publish nor one’s initial data about its editorial office, neither one’s owner, turned out to be completely opaque again.

Details of the study and methodology can be found at the link .

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