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March 21, 2011

Bosnia and Hercegovina

Media self-regulation on the net

Online media in Bosnia and Hercegovina will join the media self-regulation exercised by the national Press Council. This is the outcome of a two-day workshop for media owners and online journalists which was organized by the Press Council in cooperation with the Media Program South East Europe and took place in the Adriatic town of Neum. more…

January 18, 2011


Media and Politics

The joint conference of the Media Democracy Foundation and the Media Program SEE of KAS focused on the relationship between media and politics. With the participation of Mrs. Tsetska Tsacheva, Spokesperson of the Bulgarian Parliament, an anthology of analyses and monitoring data about current developments in the Bulgarian media landscape was presented. more…

January 13, 2011

Elections in Bosnia and Hercegovina: How did the media report on them?

On behalf of the Media Program South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, the Sarajevo-based Mediaplan Institute conducted a monitoring and an evaluation of the media coverage of the past elections. The study was presented publicly on a press conference. more…

December 6, 2010

Regional Media Conference

IV. South East Europe Media Forum

Despite poor weather conditions, nearly 150 chief editors, investigative journalists, editors and media experts found a way to the Fourth South East European Forum which was held from Dec. 2 to 4 in Budapest. Lázsló Kövér, speaker of the Hungarian Parliament, delivered an inaugural address. more…

November 22, 2010


6th Dubrovnik Media Days

In cooperation with the University of Dubrovnik, this year’s Dubrovnik Media Days were organized for the fourth time now. The three-days conference dealt primarily with the application of new information and communication technologies in journalism, public relations as well as political communication. Scientists, journalists and students from South East and Western Europe and the USA participated. more…

October 27, 2010


Legal Leaks and Grey Zones – Investigative Journalism on the Balkans

Well-known journalists from Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro discussed in Belgrade about experiences and chances of investigative journalism. The one-day conference was hosted by the Media Program South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. The conference focused on the exchange of information and experiences, knowledge transfer as well as the promotion of research cooperation with regional impact. more…

October 11, 2010

Bulgaria/ Macedonia

European Perspectives on the Balkan

Bulgarian and Macedonian journalists discussed on a seminar of the Media Program South East Europe about the European prospective for the Balkan and bilateral relations. more…

October 5, 2010


Media diversity and freedom of opinion in the Republic of Moldova

The Media Program South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung hosted a round table discussion about media policy in the Moldavian capital Chisinau. more…

September 24, 2010

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Freedom Without Borders? Discussion About Responsibility and Ethical Norms in the Internet

On behalf of the Media Program South East Europe, the Mediaplan Institute in Sarajevo conducted a study about trends and contents of discussion fora of the most popular web portals of Bosnia and Herzegovina. more…

September 20, 2010


NATO-Workshop for Journalists from South East Europe

Following an invitation from the KAS Media Program, journalists from six Balkan countries were on a three-day study trip in Bulgaria. more…