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Omer Karabeg: The Bridge

For over 20 years, Omer Karabeg has hosted a programme titled Most (Bridge). The show deals with thorny, uncomfortable topics, seeking to create a...

Safejournalists.net – Database of Attacks on Journalists in the Western Balkans

Online platform www.safejournalists.net compiles data on the attacks on journalists in the Western Balkans. This Online Platform is the key tool of the regional System...

Western Balkans Public Media on Life Support

By Davor Marko Public service broadcasters in the Western Balkans have become increasingly unaccountable to their audiences and tone deaf to their needs. At stake...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in the Western Balkans: The Need for a New paradigm

by Davor Marko, Analitika - Center for Social Research Public Service Broadcasters (PSB) in the countries of the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina,...

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,...

A search for alternatives

Report from the SEE Media Observatory final conference, held in Novi Sad, 13 June 2016. by Tihomir Loza More than 70 media specialists gathered in Novi Sad,...

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...

Reports: The Editors’ Role in Media Integrity Protection

South East European Media Observatory has published a series of 6 reports examining the role of editors in protecting media integrity in the Western...

IREX Media Sustainability Index 2016: Little Change in the Western Balkans

The results for Europe and Eurasia of the newly released IREX 2016 Media Sustainability Index (MSI) show that taken as a whole, the region...

Media Integrity Matters – Book of the SEE Media Observatory

“Media integrity matters – Reclaiming public service values in media and journalism” is a book published in May 2014 comprising research reports of the...
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