Independent association of journalists in Serbia (NUNS) collects data on attacks against journalists in the country from 2008 till today
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
Each year, 10 journalists are chosen through open competition to conduct in-depth research into a topic of regional and EU significance. The theme for 2017 is CHANGE
The Media Ownership Monitor is a global research and advocacy initiative launched by Reporter Without Borders to increase transparency about media ownership
A new section on transparency of media ownership in Serbia has been created within the article "Media freedom in Serbia ". This 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
During the "Wiki4MediaFreedom edit-a-thon" held in Belgrade on November 21st, the Wikipedia article "Media freedom in Serbia " has been improved with updated information on the case of Radio Television of Vojvodina .
Supported by European Union, the Independent Journalists' Association of Serbia has produced a report which intends to measure the level of media freedom throughout three main indicators
A cross-national survey among journalism students in SEE enquires their motivation and level of satisfaction with current curricula, formulating recommendations for future developments
A research about the state and needs of local digital media in Serbia and Croatia points out that scarcity of financial resources and recurring threats against journalists represent the main challenges