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Hungary and Croatia Try to Silence Slovenian Media

Government connections in two of Slovenia's neighbours try to influence media reports in the country, but Slovenia reacts strongly, showing a more progressive approach...

Last Despatches – Stories about journalists killed in the Balkans since the 1990s

139 journalists and media workers were killed during and after the violent breakup of Yugoslavia. Only one person has been convicted of responsibility for any of these...

Building new knowledge base on media and information literacy

The first training of trainers in the field of media and information literacy was held last week in Sarajevo, launching thus the series of...

Call for Proposals in the field of data-driven news production [EU countries]

The European Commission has launched a call for proposals in the field of data-driven news production. Applicants are invited to submit proposals to increase reporting...

Whistleblower directive: The EC takes “an important step” but improvement on public reporting yet to be made

On 23 April, the European Commission issued a proposal for a directive on the protection of persons reporting on breaches of Union law. This is...

Media in Slovenia: among criminals, politicians and “the barbarians”

By Blaž Zgaga Once praised as a role model country for the Balkans, Slovenia as the most developed part of former Yugoslavia, an EU and...

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...

Media business or (geo)politics behind foreign investments in the Slovenian media market

Slovenia’s small media market, which is highly concentrated in its TV segment and has repelled rather than attracted foreign investment in the past decade,...

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...

Why It’s Time for Journalists to Stand Up

The decline of a major Slovenian newspaper shows why journalists must show courage, express solidarity and stand up for the kind of reporting that...

Comparing models and demanding reforms of public service media in SEE

The project »South East European Media Observatory« has produced  a regional overview of the funding and governing models of public service broadcasters/media in nine countries...
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Slovenia: IPI’s statement condemns brazen use of SLAPP

"We believe it is abundantly clear that the number and nature of the spurious defamation lawsuits against Necenzurirano are not aimed at...