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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...

International Conference in Bosnia and Herzegovina Concludes Collapse of PSM ‘Completely unacceptable’

An international conference on public service media (PSM) in Bosnia and Herzegovina has concluded with an agreement that the failure of PSM in the...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in Kosovo

This paper by Naser Miftari, published by Analitika - Center for Social Research, investigates the current position, role and functioning of Radio Television of...

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 service media in South East Europe: Can the giants be taken from the grip of political interests?

They used to be called “State-television”, nowadays they are “public service media”. But political control is hard to remove, and prevents public broadcasters from...

CoE Commissioner Nils Muižnieks urges to strengthen public service broadcasting in Kosovo

The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muižnieks, is encouraging Kosovo authorities to safeguard media freedom in the country following his four-day mission...

Request for EU Support for Public Service Media in Balkan

On 1st and 2nd February, the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU)  had a series of meetings with members...
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