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European Parliament adopts Action Plan for media

On Wednesday 6 October the European Parliament published a report for the European Commission titled Media in the Digital Decade: An Action...

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...

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...

Serbia: Hefty State Funding to Pro-government Tabloids

Pro-governmental tabloid papers - Srpski telegraf and Informer - received the total of 23.05 million dinars (approx. 190.000 eur) through open calls for media...

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...

BiH: State Help to the Media – Precise Criteria Necessary

Without monitoring of media financing from public budgets, it is difficult to make conclusions regarding the legitimacy of these procedures and final effects in...

Research: Crowdfunding Will Not Save Journalism

By Ralf Spiller, Matthias Degen and Andreas Köhler Traditional publishing business models have been challenged in the past decade as advertising revenues and profits decline. At...

Joan Barata: A unique and open media market is a guarantee of pluralism and transparency

A single law to regulate in a comprehensive manner the whole media sector is a guarantee of respect of European standards and the transparency...

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...
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