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Montenegro’s ruling party takes control of public TV broadcaster

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the way Montenegro’s ruling Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) is seizing control of the supervisory council of the state-owned...

Macedonia: Citizens can protect the PSB only if they have the confidence in it – a comparative study

It is necessary to open a public discussion regarding the thorough reform of all aspects of operation of the public service broadcaster, Macedonian...

Political Pressures Taking Toll on Kosovo Journalists: Report

Some media owners are using their outlets for political ends, Kosovo’s public broadcaster has been subjected to political interference, while working conditions for journalists...

Pressures on Montenegrin Public Broadcasting Service

Public Broadcasting Service of Montenegro (RTCG) has recently faced pressures imposed on its Council, whose several members have been identified by the Agency for...

Bosnian public broadcaster secures sustainable funding

New model allows BHRT to source independent funding via electricity bills in a deal reached with the Electric Company (Elektroprivreda – JP EP). The deal...

Which are the challenges and solutions for public service media?

Politicians with an agenda, managements on tight budgets and industry competitors under existential threats to malicious disseminators of falsehoods – it is a “perfect...

Public Service Broadcasting in Montenegro

This paper by Nataša Ružić, published by Analitika - Center for Social Research, examines the status and operation of the public service broadcaster in...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in Croatia

This paper analyses the different stages, achievements and challenges of the transformation of Croatian Radio-Television (HRT) into a public service broadcaster. The analysis reflects...

The Development and Future of PSB in Macedonia: Towards the Construction of a Participatory PSB Model

This paper by Snezana Trpevska and  Igor Micevski discusses the challenges PSB in Macedonia is currently faced with, and explores perspectives for overcoming the...

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Greater efforts needed to enhance media freedom

Nils Muižnieks, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, following a four-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, reflected on the state of transitional justice...
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