Magazin:

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 of media pluralism in the country.

Geneva Overholser

The United States prides itself on the powerful First Amendment protection of freedom of expression and on a long tradition of a vigorous and free press. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of threats to the free flow of information in this powerful nation these days.

Croatia: Greater Dependence of Media on Few Major Advertisers in Times of Financial Crisis

New series of flash reports on advertising and media integrity in SEE region.

Jake Lynch intervju

Journalist and Director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Sydney explains the concept and impact of peace journalism.

Recommendations by OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media  on Open Journalism

The media landscape across the OSCE region is changing faster than ever before.

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