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Western Balkans, media freedom is deteriorating

Press freedom in the Western Balkans remains under attack: threats by organised crime are often accompanied by those by the institutions. A conference in...

Media Under Pressure Across Balkans, State Department Warns

The State Department's annual human rights report says political and oligarchical pressures, as well as lawsuits, remain a constant threat to media freedom in...

New report shows rising harassment and threats against journalists in Council of Europe states

Press freedom in Europe is more fragile now than at any time since the end of the Cold War. That is the alarming conclusion...

Media in Croatia, defeated by the economy

What is the state of the Croatian media? And what could the government and the institutions do to improve the situation? OBCT asked Hrvoje...

Hungary: Political pressure on advertisers threatens critical media

New study highlights economic risks of independence in ‘illiberal’ media market. by IPI Correspondent Márton Bede The gradual decay of media freedom in Hungary and other Eastern European...

Moldovan Parliament Adopts the National Concept on Media Development

Moldovan Parliament approved the National Concept on Media Development on 14 June. The document aims to prove both the adherence of the Republic of Moldova...

Serbia’s Tanjug News Agency: Legally Non-Existent, Operates Supported by State

Regardless of the unclear grounds for its operation and millions of dinars which the state paid for its closing, institutions and public companies conclude...

Serbia: Eligible media – Privileged Media

The Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) organized a panel discussion in Belgrade  on the topic of media financing and pressures, i.e. benefits to...

Media in Bulgaria: euphoria, crisis and corruption

A talk with Dr. Lada Trifonova Price from Sheffield Hallam University on the state of information in Bulgaria, native country of hers on which...

Independent journalists in Hungary brace for tough times in next Orbán term

By Attila Mong/CPJ Europe Correspondent  As Hungary's new Parliament holds its first session, where Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is due to form his third consecutive government...
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