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Brochures »Understanding the Meaning of and Risks to Media Integrity«

SEE Media Observatory project, implemented by a group of SEENPM members since 2013, stands for media integrity and journalism that serves public interest. In order...

2015 Media Integrity Reports on Seven Enlargement Countries Released

A new series of media integrity reports on the seven EU hopefuls has been released as part of the SEE Media Observatory project. Now in its...

Reporting Neighbours in Balkan Media

This book, published in English by the Albanian Media Institute in 2015, contains six monitoring papers on how we report on neighbours, drafted by...

Hate Speech in Online Media in South East Europe

The book "Hate speech in online media in South East Europe", published by the Albanian Media Institute in 2014, contains seven country reports on hate...

The Charlie Hebdo Effect in the Balkans

The attacks against the French journalists stirred vivid emotions and considerable reactions, without, however, increasing the Islamophobia in the region. The debates failed to...

Monitoring EU Guidelines

South East European Media Observatory, a project of a group of SEENPM member organizations, monitored the independence and transparency of media regulators and public...

Regional Report on Employment Conditions of Journalists in SEE

A crowded and rather poor media market, unable to secure the sustainability of media operations, a high level of job insecurity making the journalists...

A political battlefield in South East Europe – public service media

The South East European Media Observatory released its first summary of flash reports on countries including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, and...

Media and National Ideologies: Analysis of reporting on war crime trials in the former Yugoslavia

Collection of research papers focusing on national ideologies and media in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia. Edited by Zala Volčič and Amer Džihana. Published...

SEENPM Issues a Report on the Hungarian Media Law Curtailing Press Freedom

However, the long-awaited media reform bill was submitted without any substantial consultations or discussions, seemingly by two MPs (rather than the government itself), which...

Hungarian Media Tackles SEENPM Research on Labor Relations

March 31, 2008, Budapest. Leading Hungarian media outlets, including the Hungarian News Agency (MTI) and the largest political newspaper Népszabadság, reported on the findings of...
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How a BiH Media Company Got On the US Sanctions List

Formerly synonymous with free journalism with a critical view of social events in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Alternativna televizija (Alternative Television) from Banja...

Six journalists killed in Europe in 2021, 95 more in prison

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has published the lists of imprisoned and killed journalists in 2021. Since 1 January 2021, 45 journalists have been...

Media in Kurdish threatened with extinction in Turkey

In the World Press Freedom Index of the Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Turkey ranks 153rd out of 180 countries. While the media...