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CJA’s message to President Vučić: You have no right to speak untruth and to insult journalists

ZAGREB, 16.02.108. – According to media reports the President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić during his official visit to Croatia accused Elvir...

Saša Leković: media freedom in Croatia is deteriorating

For the second time in two years, Croatia was visited by a delegation of associations for the protection of media freedom – a negative...

International media freedom delegation in Croatia: some improvements, old and new issues

  On January 15 and 16, 2018, an international delegation of press freedom organisation representatives visited Zagreb to observe the state of media freedom in...

Macedonia: Citizens can protect the PSB only if they have the confidence in it – a comparative study

It is necessary to open a public discussion regarding the thorough reform of all aspects of operation of the public service broadcaster, Macedonian...

Ownership, financial models and programme diversity of the most influential TV channels in Macedonia, Croatia and Slovenia

Unlike in Macedonia, where national commercial terrestrial TV stations are exclusively "home" owned, the most influential commercial media in Croatia and Slovenia are in...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in Croatia

This paper analyses the different stages, achievements and challenges of the transformation of Croatian Radio-Television (HRT) into a public service broadcaster. The analysis reflects...

Media Pluralism at risk in Europe: CMPF Research Findings

The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) has released the 2016 edition of the Media Pluralism Monitor, one of the principal measures...

Viktor Ivančić: media, democracy, and politics

All-out interview with Viktor Ivančić, one of the founders of the legendary weekly Feral Tribune. The media in Croatia, the Balkans, and former Yugoslavia....

Measuring media realities. Media Clientelism Index 2016

Clientelism, politicization and corruption hold media captured and prevent them from carrying out their watchdog role. Media Clientelism Index assesses the situation in 6...

Novosti under attack

A campaign launched by conservative organization “In the name of the family” threatens to shut down the magazine Novosti, example of pluralism and quality...

Statement on the attack against the Novosti weekly and press freedom in Croatia

Novosti's journalists and editors would like to inform the general public, local and international institutions, professional associations and civil society organizations about an ongoing...

Media experts in SEE region in support of the Novosti weekly in Croatia

The association »In the Name of the Family« has tried to prevent the weekly magazine Novosti from receiving public funding intended to support the...
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