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Failure to Reform Bosnia TV Dismays Workers

Workers at Bosnia's state TV, BHRT, have reacted angrily after parliament failed to reform the public service network's crumbling finances on Tuesday. by Rodolfo Toe, BIRN, Sarajevo Workers...

B&H: Public Broadcaster’s Existence Must Not Be Questioned

The complex problems that plague BHRT are a result of many years of bad policies and influences on the public service, according to BiH...

Bosnia: Public broadcaster BHRT set to go off air due to debt

30 May, 2016 -- The board of directors of the Radio and Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BHRT) announced on Monday that it will...

The Kosovo media under pressure

by Violeta Hyseni Kelmendi | Pristina, 6 May 2016 Political interference and lack of adequate financial resources keep haunting independent journalism in Kosovo. Journalists and media outlets in...

Models worth fighting for

Learning lessons from good practices in protection of media integrity, roundtable discussion held in Sarajevo Numerous watchdog reports, including extensive research conducted within the South...

Good journalism exists, but it must be supported

By Bojana Barlovac South East Europe can still brag about some good journalism practices, but its representatives doubt it will last long, unless sustainable financial...

Report on State-Media Financial Relations in South East Europe

Financial engineering for state and media capture is the title of the latest report on state-media financial relations in the countries of South East Europe,...

Sarajevo Canton TV: citizens are paying three times for this television station’s work

By Mirna Stanković - Luković Of all the local public televisions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo Canton Television receives the most funding for its operations....

B&H: Government and Media (1): Squandering millions for the mayor’s affection

By Mirna Stanković Luković About 30 million KM are transferred every year from the budgets of government institutions into the accounts of public and private...

Discriminatory policies of minority protection in Slovenia: unequal access to media

By Brankica Petković Discrimination of minority communities from former Yugoslavia in Slovenia’s minority policies can be observed in various areas of public policy, among which...
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