January 23, 2018 •
Media and Politics, Research •
by Nouha Belaid
Internet users in the Middle East are becoming more concerned about online surveillance and many are worried that governments use social media to check their online activities. The use of Facebook has declined significantly across the...
December 8, 2015 •
Media and Politics, Recent •
by Halyna Budivska
Media in Ukraine has become a pawn in the game between different political forces, a new study concludes. And audiences have noticed: recent months have witnessed a sharp decline of public trust in the media. This crisis is only likely...
September 4, 2014 •
Media Economics, Specialist Journalism •
by Miroljub Radojković
Broadcasting in Serbia is about to change. In July 2015 the country will switch to digital television, one of the last European countries to do so and three years behind schedule. The delay was due to a combination of the economic crisis...
August 27, 2014 •
Digital News •
by Beatrice Gatti
Social media has changed the way public service broadcasters in Europe interact with their audiences. It has enabled audiences to participate in public debate more easily and to contribute content, according to recent research. Yet,...
March 13, 2014 •
Media and Politics, Press Freedom •
by Evgeniya Boklage and Rukhshona Nazhmidinova
The editor of a liberal Russian news website Lenta.ru has been fired in a move that many say is part of a Kremlin-backed crackdown on press freedom. Galina Timchenko was fired on March 12 after ten years as editor of the site by the...