Major powers tailored Serbian media legislation for ‘Balkan CNN’

Major powers tailored Serbian media legislation for ‘Balkan CNN’

Media Observatory reveals how the European Commission enabled changes to the Serbian media laws, and the Serbian government unquestioningly conformed to it, paving the way for potential undermining

Spectacle without questioning – normalization of the myth about hatred

Spectacle without questioning – normalization of the myth about hatred

On October 14, the Albanian and Serbian national football teams played a qualifying match for the European Championship 2016.
Roundtable “Financing and privatization of media according to the new media laws”

Roundtable “Financing and privatization of media according to the new media laws”

The event was organized by the Novi Sad School of Journalism and the Independent Journalists' Association of Vojvodina, in the framework of the SEE Media Observatory project.
 
Flash Report 5: Serbia

Flash Report 5: Serbia

Advertising revenues - efficient means for exerting influence on the media.
 
Who should be the allies of the press during their fight for reform of the media sector?

Who should be the allies of the press during their fight for reform of the media sector?

The key question asked by Jovanka Matic, PhD, at the public discussion "The journalism crisis as a crisis of media integrity. Where's the exit?" held on July 9th in Belgrade. 
 

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