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Deterioration of media freedom in Croatia: an infographic

Croatia is recording a generalized decline of the conditions pertaining to media freedom and pluralism. 4 November 2016 Croatian journalists voice concern over the increasing pressure they face...

Facebook’s Video Mismeasurement has Real Implications for Media Development

By Dean Jackson, 17 October 2016 Late last month, the Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook has “vastly overestimated” the time users spend viewing video...

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...

Who will pay for journalism?

Policy analysis “Alternative models for independent media funding: Who will pay for journalism?”, commissioned by the South East European Media Observatory. Read the complete policy...

Funding for non-profit media in Croatia: what is the next step?

Recently there have been several new developments in the Croatian media sector, almost universally deemed as retrograde compared to a situation from just a...

Protesters Claim Croatia Government Stifles Press Freedom

Croatian journalists and activists staged a protest in Zagreb, claiming the government is undermining media freedom in the country in an attempt to promote...

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...

Croatia: governmental attacks on Media Freedom

The decision to abolish state subsidies for non-profit media in Croatia was announced by CroatianMinister of Culture, Zlatko Hasanbegović, on the 27th of January 2016. The...
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