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Towards Media Policy in the Service of the Public

Manifesto adopted by the SEE Media Observatory final conference 2016 by Sandra B. Hrvatin and Brankica Petković Read the complete manifesto (pdf) here The media crisis which...

Online Media in Serbia & Croatia: There is no Money, but there are Threats

Lack of money and aid, coupled with threats to journalists, are among the biggest challenges to online media in Serbia and Croatia, as shown...

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...

Montenegro: A need for a meaningful debate

by Goran Đurović, 4 October 2016 Goran Đurović reflects on the rejected proposals to amend the media laws and calls for a wide debate over...

A Marriage of Convenience – Looking at the New Donor-Journalism Relationship

By Anya Schiffrin The influence that advertisers and owners have on the editorial line has been well documented, but what happens when the funder is...

EBU Concerned about Threat to HRT and Public Service Media in Croatia

The EBU is deeply concerned about the threat to HRT in Croatia by plans to make a reduction of the licence fee part of...

Attacks on Serbia Media ‘Aim to Cut Their Funds’

Following the latest attack by a pro-government tabloid on BIRN and other independent media, a number of Serbian journalists have suggested that the real...

Bulgaria: Regional media outlets dependent on local governments

By Zoltan Sipos / 15 September 2016 Between 2013 and 2015, 10 Bulgarian municipalities spent a total of 2.7 million Bulgarian lev ($1.54 million) – mainly...

B&H: A Decade of Failures: BHRT – Employee Surplus and Poor Results

By Aldin Arnautović, 6/9/2016 Despite hundreds of employees at BHRT, viewership is declining, collection of RTV tax has been reduced, and the company owes millions. A...

B&H: A decade of failures – Public broadcasting service owes millions

by Aldin Arnautović, 2/9/2016 In the last eight years, BHRT incurred 19 million KM in debts, while less than 10% of the 2015 budget was...
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