Research funding programme for Russian-speaking journalists and bloggers from Russia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Baltics or the Caucasus
This study aims to validate and extend Hallin and Mancini’s framework of comparison to media systems in Central and Eastern Europe
The Wikipedia article Media of Slovenia has been expanded with a section on Censorship and self-censorship . This is part of the series on "Censorship and self-censorship in Europe" and will be followed by other country-specific items
A new section on Concentration of media ownership and pluralism has been created within the article "Media of Moldova". This is part of the series on "Concentration of media ownership in Europe" and will be followed by other country-specific items
The Center for Media, Data and Society at the Central European University (Budapest) and SHARE Foundation (Novi Sad) invite applications for a “hybrid-style” training covering the challenges for watchdog journalism in the digital age
The article on Access to public information in Slovenia has been created. This contribution is part of the series on "Access to public information in Europe " and will be followed by other country-specific items.
A three year analysis by the Organized Crime and Corruption Project unveils transparency and corruption issues in media ownership structures in Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the former Soviet Union
A new section on transparency of media ownership has been created within the article "Media of Slovenia ". Due to the lack of sources on this specific topic, this section needs further expansion. You can help to improve and expand it or you can suggest new sources through the crowd-sourcing section of the Resource Centre.
This contribution is part of the series on "Transparency of media ownership in Europe " and will be followed by other country-specific items.
A comparative overview of funding and governing models of the public service media in the countries of South East Europe
The Media Pluralism Monitor 2015 is a measurement tool designed to assess the risks to media pluralism in EU member states. The second MPM pilot-project is a follow-up to the Media Pluralism Monitor 2014, covering new countries