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Serbia: disinformation as political strategy

Media lynching for those who do not toe the government line, judicial authorities that do not protect citizens, independent journalists accused of conspiracy. This...

Founder of Serbian local media began hunger strike because of financial and political pressures

Founder of recently shut down weekly newspaper Vranjske and former president of the Independent Journalists' Association of Serbia, Vukasin Obradovic, began a hunger strike in order to...

Bulaç, Alpay Testify on 1st Hearing in Zaman Daily Trial

The first hearing in the trial of Zaman Daily, in which 31 media employees are standing trial was held yesterday (September 18). The persons...

Pre-trial detention extended for Cumhuriyet journalists despite demonstrations

Brussels, 13 September 2017- The International and European Federations of Journalists (IFJ-EFJ) condemn the court’s decision to maintain the six Cumhuriyet journalists and media workers in...

Q&A: Impunity and journalist safety are priority says new OSCE RFoM, Harlem Désir

The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media plays a vital role that is valued by journalists and media freedom groups for its ability...

Bosnia and Herzegovina: journalist Dragan Bursać receives death threats

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is supporting the Western Balkans Regional Platform for Advocating Media Freedom and Journalists’ Safety in condemning recent death threat against Dragan Bursać,...

Report: Arrest of media professionals quadruples

The Index on Censorship' Mapping Media Freedom published a report on violations of press freedom in the 1st quarter of 2017.  Journalists continue to face...

Serbia: journalists attacked during Vučić’s inauguration

During the inauguration ceremony of the new Serbian president, some journalists were attacked and prevented from doing their job. An analysis. 21/06/2017 -  Antonela Riha Belgrade Last June...

The Other Threat Against Journalists in Turkey: Criminalization of Social Media Use and Online Harassment

The dismal state of press freedom in Turkey is now incontrovertible. Report after report has documented the growing numbers of imprisoned journalists, shuttered newspapers,...

Can Dündar: Erdoğan’s lacerated Turkey

Interview with Turkish journalist Can Dündar: fears and hopes for Turkey after Erdoğan's victory in the constitutional referendum; Dündar's new media project.  by Fazıla Mat Prato After...
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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,...