Euro-Terror virus infects Greek Online Opinion

Greek online opinion strongly condemned the deadly Paris terror attacks expressing sentiments of fear and anxiety. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) declared war in Europe forcing European leaders to take actions against ... More

Turkish Elections under the view of Greek-speaking Internet

The Turkish Islamic Justice and Development Party (AKP) reclaimed a landscape victory in elections which is also characterized as an impressive personal victory for Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan. The result of Turkish ... More

Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global Decline

Conditions for the media deteriorated sharply in 2014 to reach their lowest point in more than 10 years, as journalists around the world encountered more restrictions from governments, militants, criminals, and media owners, ... More

NUNS, SINOS: Tragic warning to all journalists

The Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia (NUNS) and the Journalists Union of Serbia (SINOS) have expressed their dissatisfaction over the failure to shed light on all aspects of the killing of 16 Radio Television of ... More

Serbian-language media in Kosovo at risk of closure

Many Serbian-language media in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) could soon be closed as they do not have enough support of donors from the international community, or from Belgrade, participants of a debate said in Kosovska Mitrovica on ... More

New register of media to be introduced Friday

The Business Registers Agency (APR) will introduce an up-to-date register of media on Friday. The APR will feed in the data of the previous register into the new database, and the media, which have not registered with the ... More

ABNA-SE condemns the attack against the freedom of expression: All media is #CharlieHebdo

The Association of Balkan News Agencies - Southeast Europe (ABNA-SE) condemns the cold-blooded attack against the freedom of expression and against innocent civilians that took place on Wednesday in Paris. "We are facing ... More

CIN publishes database on assets of 160 BH politicians

The Center for Investigative Journalism (CIN) today unveiled a database on assets of BiH politicians. This single database, on which CIN journalists worked for nine months contains information on the political and ... More

Vucic requests apology from OSCE

Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic requested on Monday that OSCE representative for media freedom Dunja Mijatovic apologise for her claims of censorship in Serbia. In his letter to Mijatovic, which was forwarded to ... More

Serbia ranks 54th in world according to Press Freedom Index

Serbia ranks 54th among 180 world countries according to the degree of freedom of the media, while Macedonia and Montenegro are the lowest ranked countries in the Balkans according to the Press Freedom Index for 2014, Reporters ... More

New public radio and television agency announces job openings

NERIT, the New Hellenic Radio, Internet and Television public entity, has opened nine managerial positions and two coordinator positions, it announced Monday. The eleven job openings will each run on three-year contracts. The ... More

Sabah and ATV are sold to a company involved in the project of transferring water from Turkey to the occupied area of Cyprus

According to World Bulletin news website (20.12.13), Turkey's Sabah newspaper and ATV channel have been sold to a construction firm named Kalyon Insaat. Sabah newspaper and ATV had previously been owned by the Calik Group, who ... More

UNS presents annual awards

The Journalists' Association of Serbia (UNS) presented on Sunday its annual awards and the most important one, for life's work, went posthumously to recently deceased head of Radio and Television of Serbia (RTS) Aleksandar ... More

Television Nova launches broadcast Television launched broadcast on Tuesday and the ceremony to mark the beginning gof operation was attended by Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, Deputy Prime Minister Rasim Ljajic and German Ambassador in Belgrade Heinz ... More

Havadis publishes the map of the "Ban Ki-moon plan"

Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis newspaper (17.12.13) publishes today the map of a 78-page document, which allegedly includes the agreements and the convergences between the sides during the Cyprus talks and might be called as "Ban ... More

Turkey--world's top press jailer once more

By Nina Ognianova/CPJ Europe and Central Asia Program Coordinator For the second year in a row, our prison census shows, Turkey jailed more journalists than any other country. The number of journalists behind bars is 40; down ... More

CPJ special report: Second worst year on record for jailed journalists

A CPJ special report by Elana Beiser Turkish journalists protest for media rights in Istanbul on November 5, 2013. Demonstrators proceeded at a rate of one step per minute to highlight the slow process of justice in Turkey. ... More

FACE TV-First B&H HD Television

FACE logoFACE HD is the first B&H HD Television that began broadcasting on 15 Jaunary 2012. Sarajevo, Mostar, Banja Luka, Tuzla, Bijeljina, Goražde, Trebinje, Lukavac, Brčko, Pale, Rogatica, Prijedor, Gradiška, ... More

Kurir takes over Adria Media to create largest media company in Western Balkans

Serbian media company Kurir Info has acquired a 100-percent stake in the Adria Media Srbija company from its former owners - Europe's top publishers Sanoma, Styria media and Gruner + Jahr. This acquisition has created a ... More

ABNA-SE: Social Media is reliable partner of news agencies

Social Media is a reliable partner of the news agencies - such was one of the main conclusions drawn by the Association of the Balkan News Agencies - South-East Europe (ABNA-SE) meeting in the medieval Sibiu city (272 km ... More