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Research: Politicization and deep division have shaken confidence in the Macedonian media

SKOPJE,14.12.2017 – Politicization and the deep division of the media sector have shattered the confidence of the citizens in the media, of which 66.3 percent...

Moldova: What the Media Think About the Media in Figures

Very rarely (or never) do surveys show what the representatives of a professional community or a field think about themselves and about their fellow...

Very polarised news media and high-level distrust of news in Turkey

The Turkey supplementary report of the Digital News Report 2017 by Reuters Institute provides a more detailed examination of Turkish data on how people...

EBU research shows strong public service media contributes to a healthy democracy

https://youtu.be/tIoBvOnKh8M Well-funded and strong public service media goes hand in hand with signs of a healthy democracy – that’s what a recent study by the...

Between foreign capital and responsible journalism

by Borislav Vukojević, 30 June 2016 Media founded in the region by big foreign capital are in the focus of another article by Media Observatory,...

The growing influence of global media in the region

by Bojan Vučićević, 29 June 2016 Media Observatory has explored the circumstances of entry, the roles and operating methods of news media founded in the...

Bread and Circuses: How Connected is Serbia’s Most Watched TV Channel?

Published: Thursday, 02 June 2016, Written by IGOR SPAIC Two contracts, published by the Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism (CINS) on Monday, illustrate how generous a Serbian...

Prime Time Nationalism: The Role of TV Broadcasts/Archives in the Aftermath of the Yugoslav Wars

Conference summary by Csaba Szilágyi, Project leader, Blinken OSA The Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives (OSA) at Central European University in Budapest organized...

Conference: Prime Time Nationalism | The Role of Television Broadcasts/Archives in the Aftermath of the Yugoslav Wars

A conference and workshop organized by the Donald and Vera Blinken Open Society Archives (OSA) at Central European University (CEU) with support from CEU...

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...
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Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists – Rolling Deadline

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Media Freedom Rapid Response Emergency Support

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Montenegro: CSOs Promote Gender Literacy in the Media

In Montenegro, a project by Association “Spektra” and Queer Montenegro improved media literacy skills of trans activists and journalists. It also sought to educate the general public...