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Montenegro: sacking of director-general Andrijana Kadija renews political interference in public broadcaster

A new alarm has been raised about the politicization of public service media in Montenegro (Radiotelevizija Crne Gore, RTCG), following the dismissal of director...

Montenegro Public TV Chief Sacked Despite Protests

Media associations and NGOs insist that the sacking of the public broadcaster’s director on June 7, 2018 was politically motivated to restore government control. by Dusica Tomovic,...

CoE Analysis: Local Public Broadcasters in Montenegro Politicized and Loyal to the Ruling Party

The media sector inquiry in Montenegro by Council of Europe experts  provides a comprehensive analysis of the media sector in Montenegro, including the assessment...

Montenegro: journalist Olivera Lakić attacked – Silence of the citizens

Olivera Lakić, investigative journalist from the Montenegrin newspaper Vijesti, was shot and wounded in front of her house, in the same place where she was...

Campaign to improve journalists working conditions in the Western Balkans and Turkey

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) launched a video campaign to raise awareness about the poor working conditions of journalists and media workers in...

Investigative journalist shot, injured in Montenegro

The Committee to Protect Journalists today called on Montenegrin authorities to guarantee the safety of Olivera Lakić, an investigative journalist with the local daily Vijesti,...

Montenegro: With a shot in the leg Olivera Lakic was sent a message to stop reporting

Јournalist of Daily “Vijesti”  from Podgorica, Olivera Lakić, was wounded in the leg on front of the building where she lives. Lakić said that a...

Brussels is seriously concerned with the state of media freedom in Montenegro: No progress

The European Commission (EC) is seriously concerned about the political interference in the work of the Public Service (RTCG) and the Agency for Electronic...

Montenegro: “There is no point in police protection for journalists”

After Malta and Slovakia, also in Montenegro the media finds itself suppressed with utmost brutality: last Sunday a car bomb exploded outside the home of prominent Montenegrin journalist...

The index of clientelism in the media negative for all countries of Southeast Europe, BiH at the bottom

The ending conference of the project MEDIA CIRCLE –The citizens’ response to clientelism in the media in Southeast Europe was held on 22/3/2018 in Sarajevo. None...

Western Balkan journalists: Media freedoms and safety of journalists still at risk

A delegation of the Western Balkans’ Regional Platform project for advocating media freedom and journalists’ safety visited Brussels on March 21st and 22nd and held meetings...

Self-regulation in Montenegrin media: One Code, several self-regulators

When in 2002 a joint Code of Journalists of Montenegro was adopted, even the worst pessimists could not predict that the next phase of...
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