Dr Sally Broughton Micova

Dr Sally Broughton Micova

PhD alumni

Department of Media and Communications

About me

Thesis: Small and resistant: Europeanization in media governance in Slovenia and Macedonia (2013)

Supervisor: Damian Tambini

After the PhD

Sally Broughton Micova is a Lecturer in Communications Policy and Politics at the University of East Anglia and member of its Centre for Competition Policy. She is a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where she was previously Deputy Director of the LSE Media Policy Project and an LSE Research and Teaching Fellow in Media Governance and Policy. She is currently also a Research Fellow at the Centre for Regulation in Europe (CERRE) in Brussels, and a Visiting Lecturer at the Institute of Communication Studies in Skopje, Macedonia. Before entering academia in 2009, she spent over a decade working in international organisations, and continues to serve as an occasional expert for the Council of Europe, EU institutions, and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). 


Articles in peer reviewed journals:

Milosavljević, M. & Broughton Micova, S. (2016) “Banning, blocking and boosting: Twitter’s solo-regulation of expression” Medijske Studije. 7, 13, p. 43-58 4

Broughton Micova, S., Jolin, A., Loisen, J. Paris, T. (2016) “Introduction” Digiworld Economic Journal: Towards a Single Digital Audiovidual Market? 101(1)

Broughton Micova, S. (2015) “Editorial” International Journal of Digital Television. 6, 3, p. 253-255

Broughton Micova, S. (2013) “Rights vs. Reality: Minority Language Broadcasting in South East Europe” Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe. 12(4): 54-79

Milosavljević, M. and Broughton Micova, S. (2013) “Because We Have To: Digitalization of Terrestrial Television in South East Europe” in International Journal of Digital Television 4(3): 261-277

Broughton Micova, S. (2011) “Book Review: Jean K. Chalaby Transnational Television in Europe: Reconfiguring Global Communications Networks” Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism 12(4): 506-7


Broughton Micova, S. (Forthcoming) “The Collective Speech Rights of Minorities” in In Positive Free Speech: Rationales, Methods and Implications Kenyon, A. and Scott, A.D. (eds) Hart Publishing

Broughton Micova, S. (Forthcoming) “Digital Switchover and Public Service Media in the Western Balkans” in The Future of Public Service Media in the Western Balkans: A Never-Ending Transition? Puppis, M., Jusić, T., Herrero, L. and Marko, D. (eds.) CEU Press, Budapest

Broughton Micova, S. (2015) “Cinematic audiovisual production in Europe”, Where? Public Value Report 2014/15 Konrad Mitchka (Ed) ORF: Vienna, Austria: 36-39

Broughton Micova, S. (2014) “Public Service Broadcasting in Slovenia and Macedonia: Creating Stars” in The Media in Europe’s Small Nations, Jones, H. (ed.) Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 31-46

Broughton Micova, S. (2013) “Content Quotas: What and Whom are they Protecting” in Private Television in Western Europe: content, markets and policy, Pauwels, C., Loisen, Jo. and Donders, K. (eds) London: Palgrave: 245-259

Broughton Micova, S. (2012) “Born into Crisis: Public Service Broadcasting in South East Europe” in Regaining the Initiative for Public Service Media, Lowe, G.F. and Steemers, J. (eds.) Göteborg, Nordicom: 131-148

Broughton Micova, S. (2010) “Questioning vulnerability: How Europeanization studies might challenge small states’ media systems typology” in Media and Communications studies intersections and interventions, Carpentier, N. et al. (eds) Tartu Univ. Press: 65-79

Broughton Micova, S. (2006) “Confidence building, market forces and the public good: challenges of media intervention in post conflict Macedonia,” in Transacting Transition: the Micropolitics of Democracy Assistance in the former Yugoslavia, Brown, K. (ed) Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press: 125-141

Broughton, S. (2003) “Before and After Trauma: The Difference Between Prevention and Reconciliation Activities in Macedonia” in The Psychological Impact of War Trauma on Civilians, Krippner, S. and McIntyre, T.M. (eds.), Wesport, CT: Praeger: 231-239

Policy Papers:

Broughton Micova, S. (2017) “Key issues in the AVMSD revision debates: Video-sharing platforms and regulator independence” Centre on Regulation in Europe, Brussels

Broughton Micova, S. (2015) “Supporting the audiovisual sector within a European framework” for the joint EU and Council of Europe project Promotion of European standards in the Ukrainian Media Environment

Puppis, M., Broughton Micova, S. and Tambini, D. (2012) Policy Brief 6 Reforming the PCC: Lessons from Abroad, London: LSE Media Policy Project

Broughton Micova, S. (2011) “Expertise on Domestic Content Quotas for Ukraine” for Council of Europe Office in Ukraine