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Latin American civil society experts discuss media concentration and digital convergence in Montevideo

MONTEVIDEO
4 February 2016
(APC / OBSERVACOM for APCNews)

Thirty civil society experts from eight Latin American countries are gathering in Montevideo, Uruguay, to discuss media concentration and identify the policy and regulatory strategies needed to strengthen media plurality in this new enviro

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