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Croatia: Media Freedom in Turbulent Times

A report based on June 2016 Joint International Mission to Croatia warns against government interference in the public broadcaster activities.  This report summarises the findings...

EBU research shows strong public service media contributes to a healthy democracy

https://youtu.be/tIoBvOnKh8M Well-funded and strong public service media goes hand in hand with signs of a healthy democracy – that’s what a recent study by the...

B&H: Public Broadcasters Must Radically Reexamine the Purpose of Their Existence

by Davor Marko, 8 August 2016 When the survival and future of a country’s public broadcaster come down to political calculations, with very minor contribution...

Serbia: RTV Vojvodina Journalist Resignes due to Censorship

Because of “censorship” that has been carried out on the Radio-Television of Vojvodina (RTV) for the past three months, RTV journalist Sanja Kljajić, one of...

Croatia: Over 70 journalists axed from public broadcaster since January

The cancellation of three radio programmes on 4 July by Croatia’s public broadcaster marks the latest in a line of sweeping changes the network...

Failure to Reform Bosnia TV Dismays Workers

Workers at Bosnia's state TV, BHRT, have reacted angrily after parliament failed to reform the public service network's crumbling finances on Tuesday. by Rodolfo Toe, BIRN, Sarajevo Workers...

B&H: Public Broadcaster’s Existence Must Not Be Questioned

The complex problems that plague BHRT are a result of many years of bad policies and influences on the public service, according to BiH...

Croatia urged to promote public broadcaster independence

Six press freedom organisations led a three-day mission to Croatia, calling the country’s political leaders to guarantee the independence of the public broadcaster HRT.  Members...

Bosnian national television: a race against time

BHRT, the Bosnian national television, postponed the suspension of broadcasts expected since June 30th, but financial difficulties are yet to be solved.  Rodolfo Toé,  Sarajevo Bosnian...

Montenegro: Autonomy of Public Broadcaster Endangered Again

The Law on Salaries in the Public Sector is a pressure on the public broadcaster. Podgorica, 28th of June 2016 The Law on Salaries in the...
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IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

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