Goran Đurović reflects on the rejected amendments to the media laws and calls for a wide debate over the future of media in Montenegro
Public service broadcasting in Bosnia and Herzegovina has hit the bottom, with the political class showing no will to ensure its financing.
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
Proposed measures, contentiously not aligned with the views of the expert committee, include some bad and some good prospects for the media sector
The SEE Media Observatory final conference held in Novi Sad,13 June 2016
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