In Bosnia and Herzegovina, most institutions do not comply with the Law on free access to information.
Neither media nor civil society in Bosnia and Herzegovina are believed to be substantially contributing to public participation.
Decreasing numbers of citizens are paying subscription fee, whereas position of public services is deteriorating
Hundreds of employees, viewership declining and collection of RTV tax reduced.
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.
Political appointments, pressures and self-censorship leave little space for media integrity at Bosnia and Herzegovina's Sarajevo Canton Television (TVSA).
About 30 million KM are transferred every year from the budgets of government institutions into the accounts of public and private media outlets in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
While this year’s country reports by the European Commission on enlargement countries highlight some successes in other areas, the verdict on freedom of expression is overwhelmingly negative.