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Media in Croatia: a cause for alarm

by Giovanni Vale | Zagreb, 11 May 2016 Following a five day mission in Zagreb, the Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe, Nils Muižnieks, provides...

Croatia: Controversial TV show prompts dispute in national media

By Ilcho Cvetanoski / 15 April 2016 Walking around the Zagreb offices of the Electronic Media Council (AEM), Croatia’s broadcast regulator, must have had a...

ERGA concerned about media regulator in Croatia

The European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services (ERGA) expresses its serious concerns about the situation of one of its members, the media regulator...

Strong Criticism After Political Satire Show Taken Off Croatian TV

by Lovorka Šošić, Centre for Peace Studies - Croatia Civil society organizations are demanding an explanation from authorities after a popular political satire program —...

Croatia: the attack against journalist Ante Tomić and the disconcerting reaction of the Minister of Culture

By Marzia Bona, 5 April 2016 After the attack against journalist Ante Tomić, the controversial reaction by the Minister of Culture sparks concern in Croatia as...

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...
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