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Romania’s Hybrid Media Model

by Manuela Preoteasa And Andrei Schwartz, European Journalism Observatory Back in the 2000s, Romania, like other Central and Eastern European countries, had a complicated media landscape....

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...

Transparent and legitimate media financing from public budgets: Guidelines for public bodies of BiH

With its new policy paper Mediacentar Sarajevo aims to contribute to adoption of more precise rules which would enhance transparency and legitimacy of media...

EU Urged to Pressurise Members on Media Freedom

Media organisations and activists signed a joint declaration calling for the EU to take into account the media freedom situation in member states and...

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...

Local media financing in Republic of Srpska

The answer to this question seems rather simple since it contains 64 sub-contracts, which is exactly the number of municipalities and towns in the...

Novosti under attack

A campaign launched by conservative organization “In the name of the family” threatens to shut down the magazine Novosti, example of pluralism and quality...

Bulgaria, where the local press “can be bought for cheap”

In Bulgaria, local administrations spend large sums to "finance" the media, thus influencing their editorial line – a concerning situation, especially outside Sofia. by Francesco...

Returning public interest to the relations between public sector and media

"Returning the public interests in the financial relations between the public sector and the media" is a policy paper produced as a part of...

Soft censorship as a threat to journalism in Montenegro

Daliborka Uljarevic, Executive Director of Center for Civic Education (CGO), speaks for SEE Media Observatory about the media and soft censorship in Montenegro. In...
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