Bosnia&Herzegovina News

Dangers of Neoliberalism for Public Services

by Valentina Delić   Public media services both in Western Europe and in poorer parts of the continent are being re-examined with their position and role. Bosnia and Herzegovina has for years failed to come up with an answer to the question of a functional system of collection of radio and television tax, which has […]

Montenegro News

Montenegro: Autonomy of Public Broadcaster Endangered Again

  The Law on Salaries in the Public Sector is a pressure on the public broadcaster. Podgorica, 28th of June 2016 The Law on Salaries in the Public Sector that the Montenegrin Government adopted in February this year has recently entered into force. According to Rade Vojvodić, a director of Radio and Television of Montenegro […]


SEENPM project tackles media literacy in the Western Balkans

  Bulgarian Media Development Center, a SEENPM member, has been conducting a research on education needs of journalists and media literacy in the Western Balkans since March 2016. The research will be completed by September 2016, resulting in a regional report. The study is conducted within the framework of the project South East European Partnership […]

News Serbia

South East European Partnership for Media Development

  South East European Media Partnership program continued with a steering committee meeting, held in Belgrade on 19 February. Representatives of the partners in the project gathered to analyze the achievements so far as well as the next activities scheduled in the region. The meeting was organized with the kind support of the Serbian partners: […]