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Targeting the messenger: Investigative journalists under extreme pressure

There is a distinct lack of awareness among decision makers about how bad the situation is for journalists reporting on corruption ~ report by...

Can Crowdfunding Save Romania’s Independent Media?

by Oscar Stanciulescu And Marian Popovici, European Journalism Observatory  In recent years, many Romanian journalists left their outlets due to the changes in the media landscape...

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...

Bulgaria, freedom of the press at the time of the EU presidency

Bulgaria currently holds its first, historic presidency of the Council of Ministers of the EU: in these very same months, however, the main international...

Daphne Project: 18 media continue investigations of murdered Maltese journalist

VALLETA, 16.04.2018. – Monday marks six months since the brutal assassination of our colleague Daphne Caruana Galizia, Malta’s foremost investigative journalist. For the past...

Tracking Media Development Donor Support: An Update on 2016 Funding Levels

As news outlets and audiences across the world grapple with misinformation, declining trust in the media, and failing business models, the role of donor...

Bigger is not always better: What we can learn about data journalism from small newsrooms

Bettina Figl's (Reuters Institute Fellow) paper on data journalism in small newsrooms is based on literature, case studies and interviews with heads of newsroom...

Revealing Corruption Remains Challenge for Balkan Media

Reporters on corruption and organised crime in the Balkans are subject to a range of different pressures and challenges – as our comparison of...

Global Teamwork: The rise of collaboration in investigative journalism.

Recent major leaks of documents and data have seen new approaches to investigative journalism develop. Collaboration across countries and across organisations has been necessary...

Serbian Authorities ‘Obstructing’ Free Media, Journalists Say

Serbia’s independent investigative journalists share their experiences of the routine intimidation people in the media face in their work. by Maja Zivanovic, BIRN, Belgrade “You are always paying...
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