Thanks to her experience and knowledge on the ground, Antonela Riha, a renown TV journalist in Serbia, among the founders of B92, filled this map as a tool to understand the Serbian media landscape.

The analysis of stakeholders' attitude towards media freedom helps the user be guided in catching the special features of a changing environment, where new media outlets are created and old disappear. This tool give a picture of interests and influences, and can be used to further analyze trends and issues emerging in Serbia.

The map lists newspapers, publishers, radio and television stations, unions and journalists' associations.

The map was made for MFRR 2, the second edition of the Media Freedom Rapid Response and was useful in shaping MFRR advocacy activities like missions and statements.

It can be accessed here .

Tags: Serbia

This content is part of the Media Freedom Rapid Response  (MFRR), a Europe-wide mechanism which tracks, monitors and responds to violations of press and media freedom in EU Member States and Candidate Countries. The project is co-funded by the European Commission.