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Belgrade happy with EC ‘limited progress’ report

Both were happy with parts of the report saying Serbia made limited progress in some areas but did not …

EWB: EC warns of Serbia’s slow progress in fighting organised crime&corruption

The EC’s annual report covering the period from October 2020 to October 2021 also said that the Council of …

TS: Media supervisory body not in line with Serbia’s law; Belgrade: Ask EP

He added that the new Body is a Government’s working body and could transfer to it only own powers. …

Demostat: TVs with national frequency serve regime in Serbia

However, the reporting of the privately-owned TV channels, which become the platforms for promoting the ruling Serbian Progressive Party, …

Organized training on creating and implementing video campaigns

Participants were representatives of regional partner organizations, members of the Safe Journalists network: the Association of Journalists of Macedonia, …

Tamara Filipovic: Media are discriminated against in access to public advertising

Speaking at a hybrid conference in the Brussels Press Club, organised by the Balkan Free Media Initiative, Peter Horrocks, …

The erosion of media freedom in the Balkans has gone too far

Antoinette Nikolova is the founder and Director of the Balkan Free Media Initiative established in April 2021.   Methodical …

Telekom Serbia buys all cable operators in Kosovo Serb areas, removes N1, Nova S

The portal quoted Telekom CEO Vladimir Lucic who confirmed that Telekom’s dependent company MTS d.o.o. took over Herc International …

The right to know, but not Everything and not Promptly

Exclusion of some institutions from the supervision of the Commissioner, longer time to act on complaints, lack of decision-making …

UM and Montenegrin Vijesti media system sign partnership letter of intent

„This is great and important news for Vijesti’s employees, for its viewers and readers, and all those who closely …