Borjan Jovanovski, editor of novatv.mk from Macedonia, talks about sustainability of media in Western Balkans.
Nikola Maticki, student of journalism and editor of Žurnalist, the most successful student monthly in Serbia, talks about future of journalism.
Proposed measures, contentiously not aligned with the views of the expert committee, include some bad and some good prospects for the media sector
Caelainn Barr, journalist at the Guardian is explaining how traditional media are adapting to digital trends, acknowledging the growing popularity of social networks.
The SEE Media Observatory final conference held in Novi Sad,13 June 2016
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