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50 Ways to Foster Public Trust and Engagement in the Media: EBU Report

A European Broadcasting Union (EBU) report ‘50 ways to make it better’, highlights 50 ways that the media can help increase public trust in journalism...

Croatia, a thousand lawsuits against journalists

There are over a thousand ongoing trials against journalists or Croatian media, and the list is not complete. The complaint of the Association of...

Media in Croatia, defeated by the economy

What is the state of the Croatian media? And what could the government and the institutions do to improve the situation? OBCT asked Hrvoje...

Macedonia: Political developments put media reform on the backburner

Recent political developments have affected the implementation of the reforms in the area of freedom of expression in Macedonia. The focus of government institutions...

Public Service Media and Information Disorder

Public service media (PSM) institutions around the world exist in challenging conditions: not only do the commercial counterparts claim that PSM is distorting the...

Montenegro: public service is (not) at the service of citizens

The recent removal of the general director of the public broadcaster Andrijana Kadija has brought back to the surface the issue of public service,...

New Personnel Shift at Montenegro Public Broadcaster Deemed Politically Motivated

PODGORICA 15.06.2018. – Acting Director General of Radio-Television of Montenegro (RTCG), Bozidar Sundic, initiated a procedure for the dismissal of Vladan Micunovic from the position...

Montenegro: sacking of director-general Andrijana Kadija renews political interference in public broadcaster

A new alarm has been raised about the politicization of public service media in Montenegro (Radiotelevizija Crne Gore, RTCG), following the dismissal of director...

Montenegro Public TV Chief Sacked Despite Protests

Media associations and NGOs insist that the sacking of the public broadcaster’s director on June 7, 2018 was politically motivated to restore government control. by Dusica Tomovic,...

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...
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