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.
Ilva Tare is a well-known TV journalist in Albania. She assesses the situation of professional standards of journalism at the current stage, citing the main weaknesses and strengths.
Examining the challenges to the system of dissemination of information for national minorities in Serbia, brought by the new Law on Public Information and Media.
Monitoring of the state subsidies in Macedonia, introduced with the amendments to the Law on Audio and Audiovisual Media Services, points to a worrying lack of transparency.
Media Observatory has explored the circumstances of entry, the roles and operating methods of news media founded in the recent years in our region by big foreign capital and by the governments
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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