Political and economic interests in media ownership are squeezing Kosovar journalism
New and old ownership models present their own challenges to quality independent reporting.
Despite ambiguities, media should uphold professional standards when reporting on the judicial process
Balancing exclusivity vs. the need for accuracy.
Lirindja invites us to pay homage to Rilindja
Zine’s fourth issue brings us the history of Kosovo’s first printing house.
Journalistic ethics are being forgotten in order to get more clicks
Media outlets publishing video footage of a woman burning in the flames of a Sarajevo fire is the latest example of broken principles.
Kosovar journalists need to demand implementation of their access to information rights
In Kosovo, access to information is well guaranteed in theory — in practise it’s a different story.
Journalism is dead, long live the vox populi!
For liberal democracy as we know it, the decline of professional journalism is certainly bad news — without it, vocal majorities dictate political decisions increasingly rooted in extreme, intolerant values.
The emerging illiterate class is hooked on Facebook videos – and that’s good news for demagogues
Millennials communicate through emojis, bringing forth a new form of over-simplified, emotional news.
The web we have to save
The rich, diverse, free web that I loved — and spent years in an Iranian jail for — is dying. Why is nobody stopping it?
Branko Cecen: Investigative journalists face media lynchings, threats and physical assaults in Vucic’s Serbia
Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS) director on why he walked out of prime minister’s speech at regional media conference.