Sally Broughton-Micova is a Lecturer at the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK. Before joining the faculty at the UEA, she was an LSE Fellow in Media Governance and Policy and Deputy Director of the LSE Media Policy Project in the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she also completed her PhD in 2013. In addition, she teaches media economics and industries at the Institute of Communications in Skopje Macedonia as a visiting lecturer. Her research focuses on European media policy, particular in relation to audiovisual media services and content, especially in small linguistic media markets and in relation to the cultural and communication rights of national minorities. Her recent published works deal with the EU and the UK media policy issues and with media systems in South East Europe and make use of a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods. Prior to entering academia in 2009, she spent more than a decade in international organisations running media related projects in that region, including five years spent as Head of Media Development for the OSCE Mission to Skopje leading projects to approximate domestic legislation to European norms, develop the capacity of national regulators and reform the public broadcaster. She continues to serve as expert for OSCE institutions, EU missions and the Council of Europe (CoE) and most recently was engaged to provide expertise on policy measures for content production for the CoE and EU missions in Ukraine, and on minority language media provision in Moldova for the OSCE High Commissioner for National Minorities.