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 index total: 397 articles 
 
Media & Elections -> Bosnia and Herzegovina
Monitoring the media coverage of general elections 2014.
10.10.2014: Media Plan Monitoring Center
Data from the monitoring period revealed that most monitored media tried to provide such coverage based on which an informed choice at the ballot box would be possible. This was mainly thanks to televised debates and special election programs, as well as the coverage in the print and online media. However, a number of serious problems persist. These include the fact that the editorial policy of media is still determined by the interest of owners and not the interests of the readers or viewers. In addition, contestants appearance in the news reports and articles was sometimes determined not based on newsworthiness, but thanks to some other factors.
Media & Elections -> Bosnia and Herzegovina
Monitoring the media coverage of general elections 2014.
03.10.2014: Media Plan Monitoring Center
Data from the second monitoring period confirmed that there have been wide differences in the way political subjects have been portrayed and in the amount of coverage provided to different political subjects. Some monitored outlets have more or less openly showed their sympathies towards particular political parties. The qualitative analysis confirmed that some media continue to neglect to offer voters opposing views on particular stories.
Media & Elections -> Bosnia and Herzegovina
Monitoring the media coverage of general elections - preliminary report
19.09.2014: Media Plan Monitoring Center
Media Plan, an independent, non-partisan organization dedicated to freedom of expression and the media, has been systematically monitoring the media coverage of the October general elections.
Media & Elections -> Bosnia and Herzegovina
Elections 2014.
29.08.2014: Media Plan Monitoring Center
Media Plan Institute in collaboration with the Slovakian organization Memo 98 and Americas NDI started implementing a project dubbed MEDIA MONITORING OF THE 2014 ELECTIONS, consisting of monitoring and analysis of media in the 2014 election campaign.
Media & Transition -> Southeast Europe
Launched a project South-east European Partnership For Media Development
05.02.2014: Center for Independent Journalism
Eight SEENPM members, together with the umbrella organization, are implementing the South-East European Partnership for Media Development Project, which supports the development of independent and accountable media in the Western Balkans
Special Reports -> Southeast Europe
Book: Information in Minority Languages in the Western Balkans
19.08.2013: Istraivaki tim Media plan instituta Sarajevo, Novosadske novinarske skole i Skole za novinarstvo i PR Skopje
Media Plan Institute in cooperation with the Novi Sad School of Journalism and Journalism and Public Relations School from Skopje implemented the research project Minorities and Media in the Western Balkans, which analyzed national minority media and programs for national minorities in four countries in the Western Balkan region. The project detects and describes the main problems in the operation of these media in relation to journalistic, social, political and financial challenges. This book (in pdf file) is one of the results of the project.
Media & Transition -> Bulgaria
Pressures on the media
07.02.2013: Vclav ttka
Collusion between the press and politicians is not confined to western Europe. Central and Eastern European countries are also plagued by their own mini-Murdochs and in these more fragile democracies, they represent an even bigger threat. Text is taken from http://www.opendemocracy.net
Media & Elections -> Bosnia and Herzegovina
2010 Election in BiH
13.01.2011: Davor Marko, Lejla Turcilo, Tatjana Ljubic, Radenko Udovicic
The press in Bosnia-Herzegovina since the time of war has fostered a critical style of writing on various social trends, prominent individuals, governments, opposition. However, such reporting in times of election campaigns is often on the verge of crossing the line of objectivity and even being on a mission to change political relations in the country. These elections were no exception. Affinities for particular political parties and candidates could clearly be seen. Media division of the country along ethnic and political lines was visible. Also, although they belong to the same Public Service Broadcasting System of BiH, primetime news programs on the three public services in the monitoring period covered the election campaign from significantly different positions. Basically, they continued the divergent editorial policies of these media outlets, which are ethnically and politically opposed especially on the two entity televisions.
New Media -> Bosnia and Herzegovina
Analysis of comments on portals and recommendation on better communications
12.01.2011: Dusan Babic
What does it look like when citizens, ordinary people, with different views, different intentions, take the pen in their own hands; in the absence of any kind of restrictions, does at least minimal culture of dialog exist in public space; what do people write about and can information published that way (which has not gone through journalistic and editorial controls) influence public opinion? Analysis of five BiH portals and two portals from Serbia and two from Croatia was based on a sample of controversial socio-political issues, i.e. issues on which political or ethnic consent is lacking, published on the home pages of the analyzed portals in a set monitoring timeframe (7 days each in June, July and August 2010). We carefully monitored readers comments on these articles.
Special Reports -> Southeast Europe
Analyzing
19.08.2008: Group of authors
Media products “have a social, cultural and democratic value that makes them special within market conditions,” but just as media owners tend to overlook the special values of media products, debates about the media and journalism tend to overlook the fact brought to the forefront in this SEENPM research: all media content is a product of work and is strongly affected by the conditions under which individual workers perform. Orderly social conditions in which media professionals are able to perform their work undisturbed are in the interest of society as a whole.
 
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