fbpx
NO IMPUNITY
Tags Broadcast media

Tag: broadcast media

Montenegro: Media Laws and Journalists – No Rights and Obligations Stipulated – New Analysis

Media laws in Montenegro, unlike those in the region, do not specifically regulate the position of journalists and their rights and obligations, nor do...

The Power of Airwaves: The Role of Spectrum Management in Media Development

Electromagnetic spectrum - the frequencies on which all voice and data signals are transmitted - has been viewed for decades as a scarce resource and leased to the highest...

Serbia: Is Regulatory Authority of Electronic Media (REM) Compromised

The election of the new REM Council members deepened problems on the Serbian media scene. Serbian Parliament, in a session of 14 October 2016,...

Between foreign capital and responsible journalism

by Borislav Vukojević, 30 June 2016 Media founded in the region by big foreign capital are in the focus of another article by Media Observatory,...

Moldova: Optimistic and realistic Scenarios regarding adoption of a new Broadcasting Code

The need to promptly adopt a new Broadcasting Code with specific provisions aimed to reduce and not allow concentration in broadcasting; amendment of the...

The growing gap between private and public in European broadcasting

By Des Freedman , 3 February 2016 We’re told the BBC is ‘too big’. Yet Britain is part of a Europe-wide trend where funding for public service is...

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...

Who really rules the airwaves in Moldova?

By Nadine Gogu, 28 March 2016 With public trust at all time low, we need to examine how murky media ownership threatens pluralism and freedom of...

Montenegro: Agency for Electronic Media Announced Penalty to TV Pink

  Reality program Farma is allowed only after 11 p.m. 21 February 2016 The Agency for Electronic Media of Montenegro has announced that it would punish TV...

European Audiovisual Observatory – Montenegro takes over Observatory Presidency for 2015

European Audiovisual Observatory 08/01/2015 : Press release - Montenegro takes over Observatory Presidency for 2015 The European Audiovisual Observatory, the Council of Europe’s audiovisual information clearing...
- Advertisment -

Most Read

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...

Turkey: Bianet’s Media Monitoring Database

The media monitoring database, maintained by bianet, a SEENPM member organization, aims at monitoring and reporting violations of freedom of expression towards the...

IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

The IJ4EU fund opened two new calls for cross-border investigative journalism projects in the EU and EU candidate countries. IJ4EU’s Investigation Support scheme...

Critical Press Under Threat in Turkey: Report

Another International Media Freedom Day has passed while journalists in Turkey face censorship as well as the threat of job loss, persecution,...