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RESEARCH: Hate Narratives in the Western Balkans and Turkey

SEENPM presents a collection of research studies on hate narratives in the Western Balkans and Turkey. The collection includes a regional overview of...

RESEARCH: Hate Narratives in New Media Forms in Serbia

This research aims to identify the main patterns and examples of hate and disinformation narratives in the new media in Serbia are; actors and...

RESEARCH: Hate and Propaganda Models of Media and Communication in the Western Balkans and Turkey

SEENPM presents a collection of research studies on hate and propaganda models of media and communication in the Western Balkans and Turkey....

Report: Sustainability of Professional Journalism in the Media Business Environment of the Western Balkans

This Executive Report provides a summary of the findings of research on the economic situation, needs and prospects of independent media outlets in the...

Are Punchlines the New Front Lines of Media Development?

CIMA Digital Report by Dillon Case and Kevin Bleyer issued on August 10, 2020 KEY FINDINGS:

RESEARCH: Hate and Disinformation Models in Serbian Media

This research tried to establish how the financial and economic structure of the media market in Serbia affects the decline in the level of...

Serbia: MIL Project Unpacks Visual Literacy

A project by Media & Reform Centre Niš focused on visual literacy – on what we can and cannot see in the media...

How Misinformation Became a Profitable Business in Eastern Europe

In several eastern European countries, misinformation is a lucrative business, reliant on advertising revenue, and pulling in cash from a variety of...

Željko Bodrožić: the state of emergency smothers the Serbian media

According to Željko Bodrožić, president of the Association of Independent Journalists of Serbia (NUNS), the state of emergency has only worsened the...

Journalists in Western Balkans Lack Adequate Psychological Support

Stress and trauma are an everyday occurrence in journalism, which is why it is very important to provide media workers with psychological...

Serbia must account for alleged surveillance of journalists’ emails

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Serbian authorities to investigate the possibility that the government spied on and intercepted emails between...

Serbia: elections are approaching, pressure on the media is growing

The Telekom company, of which the state is the majority owner, has removed from its cable offer N1, the only television network...
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