Commentary by Tihomir Loza, executive director of SEENPM, with regard to the EC reports.
The change of media ownership in Turkey having severe implications for the role of media and journalistic values
The Speak Up conference in Brussels once again cautioned about the dramatic difficulties faced by media in the West Balkans and Turkey.
In an interview for Media Observatory, Mirjana Rakić, director of the Agency for Electronic Media and president of the Electronic Media Council in Croatia pointed to the importance of transparency
Interview with Miroslav N. Milićević, vice president of Anticorruption Council in Serbia.
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