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Reports: The Editors’ Role in Media Integrity Protection

South East European Media Observatory has published a series of 6 reports examining the role of editors in protecting media integrity in the Western...

IJC study: 70% of media consumers in Moldova say that the media manipulate

The Independent Journalism Center (IJC) launched in December 2015 a study titled “Measuring the perceptions of sociopolitical news by the media audience in the...

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 State-Media Financial Relations in South East Europe

Financial engineering for state and media capture is the title of the latest report on state-media financial relations in the countries of South East Europe,...

Media Integrity Matters – Book of the SEE Media Observatory

“Media integrity matters – Reclaiming public service values in media and journalism” is a book published in May 2014 comprising research reports of the...

Media Integrity Matters: Monitoring the Implementation of New Media Legislation In Serbia – Media Privatization

In the course of 2015 Novi Sad School of Journalism, a SEENPM member, followed the process of ownership transformation of Serbian media, especially the...

Serbia monitoring report: Privatisation of minority language media in Serbia: Liberation or disappearance?

According to the 2014 Law on Public Information and Media, the remaining state-owned media in Serbia should be privatised by 1 July 2015. However,...

Serbia monitoring report: Public service broadcasters are (not) in the service of citizens

The Law on Public Service Broadcasting (2014) in Serbia clearly defines the public interest that must be equally served by both public service broadcasters...

Macedonia monitoring report: Need for independent model of media subsidies for domestic production

In 2014, for the purpose of stimulating the domestic industry to create quality film and documentary programmes and enabling supportive environment for artists, scenographers...

Macedonia monitoring report: Transparency of the regulator strengthened, but not fully implemented

The independence of the regulatory authority in Macedonia has been one of the most contested media policy issues in the past two decades. Particularly...

Analysis: Macedonia in the Digital Age

“Macedonia in the digital age – between the rights and responsibilities while communicating on Internet” is the title of the analysis published by the Macedonian...
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RESEARCH: Hate Narratives in Online Media and Communication in Kosovo

As a continuation of the research on hate and propaganda models of media and communication already implemented in the Resilience project, this report highlights some...

Sexism in the Western Balkans: Monthly monitoring highlight

Throughout February, Reporting Diversity Network’s monitoring team discovered more than 20 incidents related to sexist and misogynist narratives across Western Balkan media...

Apply for Lorenzo Natali Prize

The #NataliPrize was created by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Partnerships (DG INTPA), and named after Lorenzo Natali, a precursor to...

Improving Media Literacy among Young Roma and Egyptians in Montenegro

A media and information literacy (MIL) project by Center for Affirmation of RE-Population (CAREP) in partnership with Roma European Alternative (REA) focused on...