Milorad Pupovac, president of the Serb National Council in Croatia, talks about the importance of protecting the public service media both from the political influence and from unfriendly market
Blendi Salaj reflects on the main problems of media ethics in Albania and the challenges and plans in the future work of the Albanian Media Council
A small analysis of fanpages engagement shows some changes that accompanied the editorial shift in these media
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