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Although theoretical and empirical work on the democratic legitimacy of governance networks is growing, little attention has been paid to the impact of mediatisation on democracies. Media have their own logic of news-making led by the media's rules, aims, production routines and constraints, which affect political decision-making processes. In this article we specifically study how media and their logic affect three democratic legitimacy sources of political decision making within governancedoi:10.1080/03003930.2013.859139 fatcat:didgpq46azcjbkicivdh2dmt7u