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RSF urges Serbian authorities to condemn verbal attacks on journalists

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Serbian authorities to condemn an alarming series of verbal attacks on journalists in recent days and to...

How Russian Government Funds Foreign News Websites

Using companies incorporated in Serbia and Cyprus, in recent years the Russian government has been funding a bevy of news websites in Eastern Europe...

Advancing Media & Information Literacy in the Western Balkans

Seven media development organizations in the Western Balkans have joined forces under an EU funded project ’Media for Citizens – Citizens for Media’ to...

Building new knowledge base on media and information literacy

The first training of trainers in the field of media and information literacy was held last week in Sarajevo, launching thus the series of...

Bosnian Serb Leader Launched Shameful and Dangerous Verbal Attack on Serbia’s CINS Editor in Chief

The Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism, CINS, will be considering its legal options regarding accusations made by the President of the Serb-controlled half of...

Serbia: Journalist associations express strong concern over media strategy

Six journalists’ and media organizations made demands to the Serbian government on 16 August 2018 as a condition for their involvement in drawing up a...

Serbia: Administrative harassment against Juzne Vesti news portal

Series of administrative intimidation acts have been taken by the local authorities against Serbian news portal Juzne Vesti, with an increasing pressure in the last six months....

Serbian Tax Authorities ‘Trying to Close News Website’

NIS, 10.08.2018. – News website Juzne vesti, one of the few media outlets in southern Serbia known for critical reporting, claimed that the Tax Administration...

Serbia: New International Study on Regulatory Authority calls for More Authority and More Accountability

The study straightforwardly recommends “to equip REM  with the power to issue financial sanctions” as well as to adopt a by-law how it uses its...

(In)dependence of non-profit media in post-Yugoslav countries

Even though non-profit media are free from government influence and business and are leaders of pluralism in today’s societies, they still haven’t managed to...

Journalism in Serbia? “Funny as an autopsy”

The worrying state of the Serbian media in an interview with Slaviša Lekić, president of the Association of Independent Journalists of Serbia (NUNS). by  Matteo Trevisan,...

Study assessing the independence of the Serbian Media Regulator published

A research team, led by IViR’s Kristina Irion, has been tasked with an assessment of the independence of the Serbian media regulatory authority REM. Media regulator’s...
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