Slovenian investigative journalist, writes about his experiences of working under pressure while he was investigating irregularities in the organs of repression.

The worst thing for a journalist is being cut off from his audience

The sixth flash report of the SEE Media Observatory, focusing on the prospects of local media, revealed that they are the most disadvantaged sector of the media industry in the region.
 
Regional overview: Local media suffer most

Defense of authorial freedom, therefore, should be governed by the same reasons with which one starts to write in the first place: against the silence.
 
The Most Terrifying Pressures Occur in Silence
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There are no abundant surveys and studies on the Albanian media landscape and the situation is even worse in the case of local media, whose trends and data have been documented only sporadically. In general, the path of local media to consolidation is still long and difficult.
Flash report 6: Albania

Surveys show that, in general, local media are the most trusted sources of information among local audiences.
Flash report 6: Croatia

A weak local media that serve more the political and business elites lack quality and diverse local content that meets the needs and interests of citizens.  
 
Flash report 6: Macedonia
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Radar

Flash report 6: Albania
There are no abundant surveys and studies on the Albanian media landscape and the situation is even worse in the case of local media, whose trends and data have been documented only sporadically.
Ilda Londo 13/02/2015
Flash report 6: Croatia
Surveys show that, in general, local media are the most trusted sources of information among local audiences.
Davor Glavaš 28/01/2015
Flash report 6: Macedonia
A weak local media that serve more the political and business elites lack quality and diverse local content that meet
Vesna Nikodinoska 27/01/2015

News and events

Mediapedia project awarded by Macedonian Journalists’ association
This year’s “Jashar Erebara” Award for investigative journalism of the Association of Journalists of Macedonia was presented to
SEEmediaobservatory 03/03/2015
Ten partners met to kick off SEE Media Observatory Phase 2
The new phase of the SEE Media Observatory started on 1 February 2015 when three new partners from Kosovo, Macedonia and Turkey joined the regional partnership of civil society organizations whic
SEEmediaobservatory 20/02/2015
Split, Rijeka, Osijek: discussions on media integrity research
After Zagreb (October 2014) presentation of the media integirty reserach report for Croatia „Media Integrity Matters“  and debate with local media community  themed “How to Return Media and Journ
SEEmediaobservatory 20/02/2015