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Hungary: Political pressure on advertisers threatens critical media

New study highlights economic risks of independence in ‘illiberal’ media market. by IPI Correspondent Márton Bede The gradual decay of media freedom in Hungary and other Eastern European...

Reporting human rights violations in Turkey

Reuters Institute Journalist Fellow's Paper In this paper Reporting human rights violations in Turkey Kemal Göktaş (Journalist Fellow Oct 2017 – April 2018) looks at the development and...

Publication “Invisible Violence: Stories from The Newsroom” brings journalists’ stories in 5 countries of the Western Balkans

Five journalists from the Balkans issued the publication "Invisible Violence: Stories from The Newsroom" which brings stories about the real possibilities for doing journalism...

A Family Affair – The myth of media pluralism in Albania: Media Ownership Monitor

Audience and market concentration distorts the Albanian media market. The resulting lack of plurality can be detected in television and radio but also with...

Mechanisms of Media Control: Case of Serbia

By Jovanka Matić, Research Associate at the Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade Freedom of the media has been a controversial issue in Serbia for several...

Montenegro: Change the Law on Media and Law on Electronic Media

Podgorica, 23.01.2018. – Today, on the occasion of the Day of Journalists of Montenegro, the Trade Union of Media of Montenegro (SMCG) submitted amendments to...

Kosovo: Better institutional support for better journalism

Shkëlqim Hysenaj, Head of the Association of Journalists of Kosova, reflected on the main obstacles to quality journalism, in an interview for SEE Media...

The Control Room: Political interference in the news production of Macedonia

This investigation reveals how the ruling party controls the news; how particular journalists are assigned to do this dirty work; how the party sends...

Albanian journalists demand Parliament to reject law threatening media freedom

The Association of Professional Journalists (APJ) in Albania together with a coalition of journalists’ organisations called on the Albanian Parliament to withdraw a provision in...

Saša Leković: I’m really sorry that the situation in Croatian journalism is as bad as the CJA warned

International media freedom  associations and organizations issued their report about media situation in Croatia and political pressures on media (“Croatia: Media Freedom in Turbulent...
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