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Western Balkans Public Media on Life Support

By Davor Marko Public service broadcasters in the Western Balkans have become increasingly unaccountable to their audiences and tone deaf to their needs. At stake...

Saša Leković: I’m really sorry that the situation in Croatian journalism is as bad as the CJA warned

International media freedom  associations and organizations issued their report about media situation in Croatia and political pressures on media (“Croatia: Media Freedom in Turbulent...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in the Western Balkans: The Need for a New paradigm

by Davor Marko, Analitika - Center for Social Research Public Service Broadcasters (PSB) in the countries of the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina,...

Croatia: Media Freedom in Turbulent Times

A report based on June 2016 Joint International Mission to Croatia warns against government interference in the public broadcaster activities.  This report summarises the findings...

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...

Croatia: Over 70 journalists axed from public broadcaster since January

The cancellation of three radio programmes on 4 July by Croatia’s public broadcaster marks the latest in a line of sweeping changes the network...

Croatia: radio and tv under the blows of the conservatives

A month after the fall of the government, right-wing parties remain in control of the Croatian public service, with layoffs and cancellations. 22/07/2016 -  Sven Milekić ,...

Croatia Govt Accused of Manipulating Broadcaster

Croatia's government parties plan to prolong the mandate of the acting head of the Croatian Radio-Television, HRT, in order to use the broadcaster for...

Protest Held Against ‘Purges’ on Croatian Broadcaster

Several hundred people and journalists protested on Thursday (14 July 2016) against the wave of sackings and cancellation of shows on the public broadcaster...

Croatia urged to promote public broadcaster independence

Six press freedom organisations led a three-day mission to Croatia, calling the country’s political leaders to guarantee the independence of the public broadcaster HRT.  Members...

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...

Croatia: Three radio shows discontinued by public broadcaster

4 July, 2016 – Three radio shows, aired on the third channel of the public broadcaster Croatian Radio television (HRT), were terminated without any...
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