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Mapping Media Freedom report: journalists increasingly attacked in Europe

Violence against journalists in Europe increased in the second quarter of 2016, reports submitted to Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom platform show, as...

Media (In)dependence in Bulgaria: Risks and Trends

A report by the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) about political influences on Bulgarian media Analysts Tihomir Bezlov and Dr. Lybomir Kutin curated...

European Commission launches call for proposals for data-driven news production

The European Commission is launching a call for proposals in the field of data-driven news production. Applicants are invited to submit proposals to increase...

Southeastern Europe: not very digital

According to the data recently released by the European Commission, the EU member states in Southeastern Europe are among the least digital in the...

In hostile move, Bulgarian investigative website stripped of prize

Reporters Without Borders condemns a sudden act of hostility towards the Bulgarian investigative news website Bivol (Bivol.bg) by the Radostina Konstantinova Foundation, which describes...

OCCRP denounces media repression on World Press Freedom Day

Written by OCCRP With one partner journalist in jail, an online TV channel fighting off criminal charges and collaborators facing daily harassment, surveillance and character...

Freedom of the Press 2016: Serbia, Macedonia and Turkey Decline

According to key findings of the Freedom House Freedom of the Press 2016 report, press freedom declined to its lowest level in 12 years in 2015, as...

Report: Time Zero of the Digital Switchover in SEE

When it comes to the digital switchover, it seems that the common feature across the SEE region is the delay. Out of the seven countries...

Report: Representation of Minorities in the New Media

The report on the representation of minorities in new media, issued in March 2016, covers four Balkan countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece and Macedonia. It is...

Report on Soft Censorship in Bulgaria Released

Curbing Media, Crippling Debate: Soft Censorship in Bulgaria is the latest in the series of reports examining the problem of soft censorship globally, published...

South-East European Partnership for Media Development

Eight SEENPM members, together with the umbrella organization, are implementing the South-East European Partnership for Media Development Project, which supports the development of independent...

Bulgarian journalist’s car burned in suspected arson

Vienna – The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), today expressed concern about a reported attack...
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