Transitional countries are often distinguished by lack of transparency in politics and economics as well as high level of corruption.
Political coverage in Bulgarian newspapers ist strongly polarized, shows a study by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the Foundation Media Democracy.
The first South Eastern European Government Communication Conference (14th - 16th September, Budva, Montenegro) was the first international forum for governmental speakers and political communicators in the region and it was well appreciated from the very beginning.
to the Media Program South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung! On this page, you will find extensive information about our activities in the region. The goal of the Media Program is to strengthen the role of the media in the course of democratization and transformation - through advanced training, consultancy, dialog and network building.
Informal meeting with journalists and media experts
|Mar. 14 - 16
Study visit for Journalists from Macedonia
Bulgarian media, over all, did not have particular preferences for certain candidates during the parliamentary election campaign - which was a positive aspect. However, the coverage of the campaign was polarized and factual [...]
Critical media climate, but few in-depth discussions
Media Monitoring of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) and Foundation Media Democracy (FMD)
“World Press Freedom Day”: KAS puts emphasis on the role of media
Press freedom in a country does not only depend on the politics. Christian Spahr, head of the Media Program South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung underlines this on the occasion of the World Press Freedom Day on 3rd [...]
Media Program South East Europe
1st floor, apt. 2