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Serbian Public Broadcasters Need to Strengthen their Connection with Audience

Empowering the Program Council and self-regulation mechanisms could reshape public service broadcasters in Serbia, according to a new expert report. By Vanja Djuric Empowering the Program...

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...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in Serbia

This paper examines the status, role, and main challenges of the reform of the public service broadcasting (PSB) in Serbia.  Following ongoing debates on...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in Bosnia and Herzegovina

This paper probes the future prospects for PSB in BiH by looking at the developmental path of PSB and its current situation, taking into...

Plight of Bosnia’s Public Broadcaster Causes Alarm

As Bosnia's state level broadcaster, BHRT, struggles to pay its bills, there are warnings that its disappearance would be a disaster for the country's...

Public Media Must Finally Change

Critics of taxpayer funding for public media are on the rise; and for good reason. It’s time for public media to take their audience...

Serbia: Public Service Broadcasters and Public Interest – Monitoring Results

Novi Sad Journalism School, a SEENPM member, implemented the monitoring of public service broadcasters (PSBs) in Serbia during 2016, focused on the fulfillment of...

Comparing models and demanding reforms of public service media in SEE

The project »South East European Media Observatory« has produced  a regional overview of the funding and governing models of public service broadcasters/media in nine countries...

A tale of two Europes: Public Service Media and societies in transition

The European continent is still subdivided into two parts, due to the legacy from recent history. Experiences in some Eastern European countries today remind...

Serbia: Results of Monitoring Public Service Broadcasters Published

Novi Sad Journalism School, a SEENPM member, is implementing the monitoring of public service broadcasters (PSBs) during 2016. The project yielded six thematic reports so...
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