media financing

Returning public interest to the relations between public sector and media

Transparency is the first step towards public accountability and protection of public interests.

A decade of failures: BHRT – employee surplus and poor results

Hundreds of employees, viewership declining and collection of RTV tax reduced.

A decade of failures: Public broadcasting service owes millions

In the last eight years, BHRT incurred 19 million KM in debts.

Al Jazeera Balkans: Between Foreign Capital and Responsible Journalism

AJB is free of propaganda, yet the selection of information shows certain interests.

Dangers of Neoliberalism for Public Services

Public media services both in Western Europe and in poorer parts of the continent are being re-examined with their position and role.

BHRT’s existence must not be questioned

The complex problems that plague BHRT are a result of many years of bad policies and influences on the public service, editors say.

Having Friends in Power is Dangerous for Journalists

Polish journalist Konstanty Gebert recalls the underground journalism in late 70's.

Milena Perović Korać

Interests of the Greek Businessman Petros Stathis in the Montenegrin Media.

Government and Media (3): Sarajevo Canton TV: citizens are paying three times for this television station’s work

TVSA’s total marketing revenue in 2014 was 652,384 KM (333,558.6 EUR), which made up less than 20% of TVSA’s overall revenue.

Government and Media (2): Pressure and self-censorship

Political appointments, pressures and self-censorship leave little space for media integrity at Bosnia and Herzegovina's Sarajevo Canton Television (TVSA).

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - media financing