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SEE Media Observatory Policy Recommendations 2013-2016

SEE Media Observatory presents an overview of recommendations for media integrity. Read the “South East European Media Observatory: Policy recommendations 2013-2016” (pdf) here. Since 2013, the South East...

Conference ”Future of Public Service Media in the Western Balkans: Never-ending transition?”

“Public service media in the region of Western Balkans share similar problems. The biggest problem are continuous and systemic political pressures evident in the...

Serbia: Europe follows changes at the Radio Television of Vojvodina

Belgrade – Delegation of the European Union in Serbia and the OSCE Mission in Serbia closely follow a great number of personnel changes at...

Novi Sad School of Journalism`s media monitoring

The Novi Sad School of Journalism, a SEENPM member, is implementing two media monitoring projects during 2016 – the monitoring of public service broadcasters...

The growing gap between private and public in European broadcasting

By Des Freedman , 3 February 2016 We’re told the BBC is ‘too big’. Yet Britain is part of a Europe-wide trend where funding for public service is...

Public Service News and Digital Media

29 March 2016 How are public service media services delivering news in an increasingly digital environment? And what action do they need to take to...

Sarajevo Canton TV: citizens are paying three times for this television station’s work

By Mirna Stanković - Luković Of all the local public televisions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo Canton Television receives the most funding for its operations....

Serbia: Media Monitoring of Public Service Broadcasters 2015/2016

The new Law on Public Service Broadcasting (2014) requires that the Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) and Radio Television of Vojvodina (RTV), as the...

Media landscape in Serbia in 2015

By Stefan Janjić Serbia fell considerably in 2015 on the Reporters Without Borders list of media freedoms, primarily due to attacks on journalists, threats to...

Life of Public Broadcasting Services in B&H Gets Extended for Six Months

Sarajevo, 4.2.2016. The Council of Ministers of B-H has decided to extend the current method of user fee collection for Broadcasting Services via telecom operators...
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