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September 13, 2010

Germany

LIVE in ZDF morning show

During their stay in Berlin, the journalists from South East Europe were guests of the ZDF morning show. more…

September 2, 2010

Germany

Young journalists from South East Europe in Berlin

Twelve young journalists from four countries in South East Europe will participate in a study and dialog program to be held in Berlin from Sept. 6 – 10. Talks with journalists, a visit to the federal press conference as well as to newspapers editorial offices and political institutions are on the agenda. They will be accompanied by Mr Matthias Barner, director of the Media Program South East Europe.

July 12, 2010

Bulgaria

Digitalization of Media

At a conference organized by the Media Program South East Europe high-ranking media representatives, politicians and experts discussed the political, social and technological challenges of media digitalization. The German experience was reviewed too.

June 28, 2010

Serbia

Workshop for Journalists Covering Justice Issues

Following the recent judicial reform in Serbia, and in cooperation with the Media Center Belgrade, the Media Program South East Europe organized a four-day workshop for journalists covering legal issues. Representatives from the Ministry of Justice, the Prosecutor’s Office, courts and media were discussing about practical problems and possible solutions in view of a better cooperation between media and judiciary.

June 21, 2010

Bulgaria

Ownership Transparency and Media Freedom in Bulgaria

The Media Program South East Europe has been organizing an official round table discussion on current issues of media pluralism and media freedom in Bulgaria. Nearly 70 chief editors, media owners, politicians, ambassadors and media experts participated in the two-hour meeting. This was the first official panel with such broad participation about the situation of media in Bulgaria. The media coverage was very extensive too.

June 10, 2010

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Political Communication and Responsibility

Ahead of parliamentary elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in cooperation with the Press Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Media Program South East Europe started a series of four workshops with the first one to take place in Sarajevo. The aim of the workshop was to raise awareness of the speakers of parties, ministries and governmental institutions for the political and social responsibility in communication with media and citizens.

June 2, 2010

Serbia

Forum on Media pluralism

The Media Program South East Europe, in collaboration with the New Serbian Political Thought Organization (NSPM), organized a forum titled “Preconditions of media pluralism.” At the discussion which took place in Novi Sad the problems of Serbian media at the intersection between politics and economy as well as the influence of municipal administrations on local media were discussed.

May 5, 2010

Romania

Current Trends and Challenges in the Romanian Media

Following the tradition of the past years, the Media Program South East Europe supported the activities of the Convention of the Media Organizations which includes all significant professional media organizations in Romania. The two day conference took place in Bucharest. The current situation and problems of the Romanian media landscape were dealt with against the background of the world financial crisis which has been having severe reprecussions of the media market.

April 21, 2010

Seminar for Bulgarian Journalists

The European Union – current issues, challenges and opportunities

At a workshop for Bulgarian journalists, current issues with a view on the European Union were discussed. A special focus was laid on the future of the European idea, particularly under the conditions of the global economic and financial crisis, as well as on the part Bulgaria plays in the European Parliament and the role of the EU for the regional development.

April 12, 2010

Media School

TV School for student of journalism in South Serbia

The Media Program South East Europe, in cooperation with the University of Nis and the Media&Reform Centre, has launched a TV Media School for students of journalism. The Media School will include eight weekend workshops where the students will be taught basic skills in TV production. In the part of the workshop which is planned to be more practice oriented the students will produce their own tv programs covering socio-political issues related to the region.