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National Report: Social Networks vs. Traditional Media in Montenegro: The Battle Has Started

Author: MILENA PEROVAC-KORAC Montenegro Media Institute   There is an increasing number of people using social networks as an information source in Montenegro, but also as a media channel. Individuals and groups who do not have access to traditional media use social networks, especially Facebook, for sending messages to the general public. More and more […]

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National Report – International News for Local Political Purpose

Author: MILENA PEROVIC KORAC, Journalist, Montenegro Media Institute   Media in Montenegro cover international stories rather superficially, without much analytical articles and reports, and without sufficient explanation of the causes of world or regional events that are covered and the effects such events have on global processes and Montenegro as well. Certain traditional media exceed […]

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Media Literacy and Education needs of journalists and the public in Montenegro

Daniela Vranković, Montenegro Media Institute (Montenegro)   Media community in Montenegro is deeply divided in pro- and anti- government media. This kind of perception is preventing the owners, and what is more worrying, their employees in reaching agreement in any professional matter including any common demands toward the states institution that provide formal education. It […]

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Jovo Martinovic out of prison after 14 months

  Journalist released to defend himself in freedom Podgorica, 20. January 2017   “ I am sure I will prove my innocence ”, said for the Montenegrin media, the investigative journalist Jovo Martinovic, charged with drug smuggling in October 2015. On January 5th this year, a Montenegro court released Martinovic, pending the outcome of his trial. […]

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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 […]