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Montenegro: public service is (not) at the service of citizens

The recent removal of the general director of the public broadcaster Andrijana Kadija has brought back to the surface the issue of public service,...

Serbia: Powerful Private Media Company “Pink” Supported by State with more than €10 mil

Serbian Export Credit and Insurance Agency (AOFI) granted Pink international company, broadcaster of TV Pink, a new €3.2 million in March 2017, but refuses...

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: 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...

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...

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...

Montenegro: Media Laws and Journalists – No Rights and Obligations Stipulated – New Analysis

Media laws in Montenegro, unlike those in the region, do not specifically regulate the position of journalists and their rights and obligations, nor do...

Bridging the Gap: Rebuilding Citizen Trust in the Media

Journalists in many countries are experimenting with how to build trust and engage with audiences. The study Bridging the Gap: Rebuilding Citizen Trust in...

Media business or (geo)politics behind foreign investments in the Slovenian media market

Slovenia’s small media market, which is highly concentrated in its TV segment and has repelled rather than attracted foreign investment in the past decade,...

Why It’s Time for Journalists to Stand Up

The decline of a major Slovenian newspaper shows why journalists must show courage, express solidarity and stand up for the kind of reporting that...
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Civitates: Request for proposals: Supporting independent public interest journalism (Deadline extended to 30 June 2020!)

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What Slovakia Showed Us

After Ján and Martina’s murders, at long last, Slovaks had had enough. By Ilya Lozovsky / OCCRP

Journalist Fellowship Summer School at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

The five-day Summer School, aimed at practising journalists worldwide, is designed to help you better understand the challenges you face in an ever-changing media landscape, and...

The State of Moldovan Press Characterized as “Severe” for the Fourth Consecutive Year

The media in the Republic of Moldova is still in a severe state, as revealed by the 2019 Moldovan Press Status Index (MPSI), published...