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Digital Media Policy Options for Europe: Report by the Reuters Institute

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford identified some policy options available for the European Commission and for...

Serbian Journalism in Free Fall

All eyes are currently resting on Hungary and other media freedom bashers across Europe - but it is actually in Serbia where independent journalism...

Report: Confronting the Crisis in Independent Media: A Role for International Assistance

The report published by the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) and authored by Nicholas Benequista is based on the premise that independent media around...

(In)dependence of non-profit media in post-Yugoslav countries

Even though non-profit media are free from government influence and business and are leaders of pluralism in today’s societies, they still haven’t managed to...

Western Balkan Journalists Ask EU to Do More for Their Media Freedom

Representatives of the informal Group for Media Freedom  from Serbia, which gathers journalists’ and media associations and civil society organizations, asked from the EU...

Why Good Journalism Lost to Noisy Populists

Open society media camp has lost the information war with the often inarticulate, yet vociferous, populist lot. To gain back the trust of the...

Macedonia: It is high time to stop violence against journalists!

Following ECPMF-EFJ-SEEMO-OBCT fact-finding mission to Macedonia, on 25th-28th April 2017, the four organisations issued this statement on 28 April, regarding rising violence against journalists...

How Stakeholder-Driven Media Build the Future of Watchdog News

Power is Everywhere: How Stakeholder-Driven Media Build the Future of Watchdog News is a new 162-page book arguing that hegemony of mainstream media has given...

Media Feast, News Famine: Ten Global Advertising Trends That Threaten Independent Journalism

Even as citizens feast on a growing buffet of digital media choices, there is an increasing famine of credible, thorough, and independent nationally-focused news...

Is Donor Funding Bad for Journalism?

Funding from donors in the media has grown significantly during the past decade or so. Journalists welcome the charity. But when these awards come...
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