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IPI publishes report on the role of Hungarian capital in foreign media

On April 3, Hungary will hold parliamentary elections pitching the incumbent prime minister, Viktor Orbán, against a united opposition …

BBC Serbian journalist Dusan Masic dies

Masic, 55, started out in the independent Radio B92 in the late 1980s and went on to report on …

Serbian state TV displeased with coverage report

A statement on the RTS portal said that the fact that every appearance by the president, prime minister and …

Media organization warns of attacks on Serbian journalists

The Coalition for Freedom of the Media warned of attacks launched by “obscure web sites claiming to be media …

Digital Services Act: EFJ supports amendment binding platforms to fundamental rights

On 20 January 2022, the European Parliament in Strasbourg’s plenary session will vote on the Digital Services Act (DSA), …

HRW: Journalists in Serbia Still Exposed to Threats And Violence

Journalists in Serbia who criticize the authorities are still exposed to harassment, threats, violence and intimidation, Human Rights Watch …

European Media Freedom Act: Commission launches public consultation

On 10th of January, the Commission publishes an open public consultation on the upcoming European Media Freedom Act, a landmark initiative …

N1 TV journalist wins award for Linglong story

Pavkov reported extensively on the bad living and working conditions that the Vietnamese nationals were forced to endure. One …

Nova.rs portal gets top ranking in SmartOcto competition

The SmartOcto competition is organized by the Croatian MediaDaily.biz portal. The N1 portal came in second and the Danas …

Cascade of Frivolous Lawsuits Endangers Top Serbian Investigative Journalism Outlet KRIK

Operating in a country where journalists are subjected to almost daily attacks from the ruling elite and pro-government media, …