After the investigative story: TV Viewers Force Fed State Spin.
After the investigative story: "Major powers tailored Serbian media legislation for ‘
The study summarizes one of the primary elements of what can be called the “state capture” of the Hungarian media market between 2010 and 2014.
Bojana Barlovac, a journalist from Serbia speaks about the challenges she faced while working on her story about TV N1 published on this portal.
Media Observatory reveals how the European Commission enabled changes to the Serbian media laws, and the Serbian government unquestioningly conformed to it, paving the way for potential undermining
The 2016 contests for EU awards for investigative journalism in Western Balkans and Turkey are now closed in all seven countries.
is a regional partnership of civil society organisations aimed at enhancing media freedom and pluralism, and influencing media reforms in the countries of South East Europe.
Peace Institute, SLOAlbanian Media Institute, ALBMedia Center Sarajevo, B&HInvestigative Journalism Center, CROCenter for Independent Journalism, HUNMacedonian Institute for Media, MACNovi Sad School of Journalism, SER
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