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  • Anem :: Journalist "receives threats from EU Kosovo mission"
    negative signal to the local authorities Why would they think twice about putting pressure on journalists from now on if the EU which is supposed to be leading Kosovo along the path to democratic norms thinks it can threaten them with prosecution he said The editor of Koha Ditore Agron Bajrami was quoted as saying his newspaper had previously received such threats but this was the first time in its history that they have been made by members of an international mission We do experience these kind of threats from local politicians and institutions frequently In few instances there were also attempts from internationals to negotiate publications which they didn t like But I don t recall seeing an organized attempt from an international institution an EU mission to pressurize journalists to prevent publication go this far According to Reporters Without Borders EULEX spokeswoman Dragana Nikolic Solomon gave the organization a different version of events saying she was present during the interview and did not witness threats of any kind being made against the journalist The mission met Vehbi Kajtazi in good faith in order to give more specific answers to his questions His allegations of threats are incorrect He was asked to hand over the documents in his possession so that EULEX could respond to his questions more appropriately According to Reporters Without Borders she spoke of a little bit of misunderstanding insisting that EULEX had no interest in preventing the publication of any articles and stressing that the mission s deep commitment to press freedom The statement noted that during a press conference EULEX representatives gave assurances that no proceedings had been launched against the journalist send comment No comments on this topic Newsletters Write to us Srpski Latest news Select month May 2015 April 2015 March 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.anem.rs/en/medijskaScena/regionandworld/story/16926/Journalist+%22receives+threats+from+EU+Kosovo+mission%22.html (2015-06-17)
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  • Anem :: Region and world
    Assange filed a petition today against the ruling of the judge from Stockholm who upheld warrant for his arrest more details 12 09 2014 YAHOO GOVERNMENT THREATENS ASKING FOR DATA 12 9 2014 Tanjug B92 The international Internet corporation Yahoo stated that the US government threatened it with a fine of 250 000 a day if it refused to hand over more details 12 09 2014 MURDOCH GETS GREEN LIGHT FROM EU 12 9 2014 Beta RTV The European Commission approved today a nine million dollar plan of the media mogul Rupert Murdoch for founding a pan European TV network The Commission more details 08 09 2014 UN SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS MURDER OF STEVEN SOTLOFF 8 9 2014 Danas Beta AFP The UN Security Council yesterday strongly condemned the heinous and cowardly murder of American journalist Steven Sotloff in Syria more details 20 08 2014 Jihadists show video of beheading of U S journalist 20 8 2014 Tanjug B92 The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria ISIS has published a video claiming to show its members behead American journalist James Foley The 40 year old more details 19 08 2014 U S TO INVESTIGATE ARRESTS OF REPORTERS Vienna 19 8 2014 Tanjug B92 OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović called on U S law enforcement authorities to investigate arrests of reporters more details 18 08 2014 OSCE ON MEDIA FREEDOMS IN CRIMEA 18 8 2014 Tanjug B92 OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović today expressed concern about the deteriorating media freedom situation in Crimea OSCE more details 1 2 3 Newsletters Write to us Srpski Poll New Media Laws To what extent will the new media laws help the Serbian media sector develop A great deal Somewhat Little Not at all send answer Results

    Original URL path: http://www.anem.rs/en/medijskaScena/regionandworld.html?position=1 (2015-06-17)
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  • Anem :: Region and world
    general trend in the contemporary world Most European countries do not have laws on information but rather laws on media which is not the same more details 10 08 2004 New on Media Online THE PRINT MEDIA IN BiH PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED By Hamza Baksic Almost everything that parents do not want to hear from children in the name of manners from home more details 16 17 Newsletters Write to us Srpski Poll New Media Laws To what extent will the new media laws help the Serbian media sector develop A great deal Somewhat Little Not at all send answer Results Latest info about ANEM activities Apply 2009 Anem Newsletters Write to us ANEM Activities Latest News from ANEM Monitoring of the media scene Public Statements Advocacy activities Workshops Production Other activities Archive of ANEM activities until 2006 Media Scene In Focus News Archive until September 2011 Region and world Research About ANEM History Goals Mission Vision Structure Global and Regional Membership of the ANEM Ethical code for broadcasters Contact Members Full members Affiliate members Maps Membership benefits Intranet Regulations Strategies Laws Other regulations Polls All polls Powered by Inbox The reconstruction and redesign of this web site were made

    Original URL path: http://www.anem.rs/en/medijskaScena/regionandworld.html?position=16 (2015-06-17)
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  • Anem :: Research on Soft Censorship in Serbia Published
    of the research are the following It is estimated that the state participates with 23 to 40 in the actual value of the total advertising market Direct subventions which the state gives to the media in its ownership seriously undermine free competition in the market State advertising is arbitrary and non transparent and it is easily turned into a mechanism of political pressure on the media State aid to the media should turn towards project financing especially co financing of news content Amendments to the law on advertising should include fines for state bodies and officials who violate the ban on using public funds for the promotion of individual or special political interests The main researcher on the project is Jovanka Matić PhD The project is supported by Open Society Foundations The report in English can be downloaded here send comment No comments on this topic Newsletters Write to us Srpski Latest news Select month April 2014 February 2014 January 2014 July 2012 February 2008 January 2008 March 2007 February 2006 December 2005 October 2005 February 2005 January 2005 December 2004 December 2003 November 2003 October 2003 August 2003 June 2003 March 2003 January 2003 December 2002 Research on Soft Censorship in Serbia Published Media Integrity Research Serbia MEDIA REPORT UNCRITICALLY MEDIA REPORTING ON CORRUPTION AND FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION MSI Serbia 2012 Other news Poll New Media Laws To what extent will the new media laws help the Serbian media sector develop A great deal Somewhat Little Not at all send answer Results Latest info about ANEM activities Apply 2009 Anem Newsletters Write to us ANEM Activities Latest News from ANEM Monitoring of the media scene Public Statements Advocacy activities Workshops Production Other activities Archive of ANEM activities until 2006 Media Scene In Focus News Archive until September 2011 Region

    Original URL path: http://www.anem.rs/en/medijskaScena/istrazivanja/story/15964/Research+on+Soft+Censorship+in+Serbia+Published.html (2015-06-17)
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  • Anem :: Media Integrity Research: Serbia
    journalists or on decision making concerning programming and business operations In 2008 2010 RTS refused to obey eight orders of the Public Information Commissioner to provide data on its business operations RTS Director General preferred to pay penalties for not respecting the Access to Information Law than to release financial documents Transparency rules for media regulator formally exist in Serbia The Broadcasting Law obliges the Republic Broadcasting Agency i e its Council to make its work public However the Agency is allowed to decide on the way in which to do this by its own Statute Its only obligation prescribed from outside is to publish the annual report on its work like all other state bodies Insufficient transparency in the work of the Republic Broadcasting Agency is the main cause of strong and wide doubts about its independence which have been present in the media community and the public at large since its establishment Although in recent years the availability of data on the work of RBA has been increased all of the Council s acts and decisions are available on its website the way the Council makes its decisions is not sufficiently transparent Anti concentration rules partially exist in Serbia Specific anti concentration rules pertain to broadcast media only They are rather general and unelaborated There is no effective check of media concentration Due to the lack of transparency of media ownership non existent print media or too general rules on illegal concentration broadcast media and lack of methodology for control no measures were taken to prevent it It is the responsibility of broadcasters to prove they obey the anti concentration rules and to report changes in the ownership structure The Republic Broadcasting Agency is believed to have approved several doubtful changes in the ownership structure of national broadcasters

    Original URL path: http://www.anem.rs/en/medijskaScena/istrazivanja/story/15732/Media+Integrity+Research%3A+Serbia.html (2015-06-17)
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  • Anem :: MEDIA REPORT UNCRITICALLY
    to view critically and analytically individuals and bodies fighting corruption as it will thus contribute more to the fight As he pointed out analysis of media reports showed that they are satellite of the authorities in the fight against corruption and when you are a satellite of the authorities you not a protagonist but a subject of reporting Gavrilovic said it was also bad that the media accepted the thesis that over 24 cases of disputed privatization are over although the issue is questionable because nowhere in these cases are there responsible representatives of the state He gave the example of the privatization of C Market Veterinary Institute Zemun and the export of repackaged sugar to the European Union where none of the media wondered who among the state officials is responsible for the frauds BIRODI Monitoring of media coverage on the fight against corruption showed that in November and December the number of unnamed sources was reduced and so was the number of cases of the violation of the presumption of innocence which is positive Dailies Kurir and Informer featured the largest number of sensational items as well as TV Pink The fewest sensational items were featured in daily Politika and on Radio television of Serbia Gavrilovic also said that TV B92 is one of the few media where the Serbian Progressive Party is dominantly represented as a positive actor in the fight against corruption send comment No comments on this topic Newsletters Write to us Srpski Latest news Select month April 2014 February 2014 January 2014 July 2012 February 2008 January 2008 March 2007 February 2006 December 2005 October 2005 February 2005 January 2005 December 2004 December 2003 November 2003 October 2003 August 2003 June 2003 March 2003 January 2003 December 2002 Research on Soft Censorship in Serbia

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  • Anem :: MEDIA REPORTING ON CORRUPTION AND FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION
    these are used as a tool in the hands of certain political or economic interests The result of the above said is a lack of comprehensive analysis that would provide a clearer insight into the current state when it comes to corruption and ways to prevent it Part of the media selectively chooses the corruption cases they will report on The media serve either as means of promoting the government s fight against corruption or to promote the ruling party as a fighter against corruption Media do not use reports of anti corruption bodies and their databases as a source for their articles and other coverage Also the media do not promote successful practices of civil society or individuals in the fight against corruption Full report Corruption and Anticorruption pdf November December 2013 can be downloaded from the Medija centar Belgrade website Source Medija centar Belgrade send comment No comments on this topic Newsletters Write to us Srpski Latest news Select month April 2014 February 2014 January 2014 July 2012 February 2008 January 2008 March 2007 February 2006 December 2005 October 2005 February 2005 January 2005 December 2004 December 2003 November 2003 October 2003 August 2003 June 2003 March 2003 January 2003 December 2002 Research on Soft Censorship in Serbia Published Media Integrity Research Serbia MEDIA REPORT UNCRITICALLY MEDIA REPORTING ON CORRUPTION AND FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION MSI Serbia 2012 Other news Poll New Media Laws To what extent will the new media laws help the Serbian media sector develop A great deal Somewhat Little Not at all send answer Results Latest info about ANEM activities Apply 2009 Anem Newsletters Write to us ANEM Activities Latest News from ANEM Monitoring of the media scene Public Statements Advocacy activities Workshops Production Other activities Archive of ANEM activities until 2006 Media Scene In

    Original URL path: http://www.anem.rs/en/medijskaScena/istrazivanja/story/15731/MEDIA+REPORTING+ON+CORRUPTION+AND+FIGHT+AGAINST+CORRUPTION.html (2015-06-17)
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  • Anem :: MSI Serbia - 2012
    previous years excessive budget spending and the stagnation of economic development proved to be Serbia s main economic problems in 2011 Serbia reached an arrangement with the International Monetary Fund IMF to increase the budget deficit from 4 1 to 4 5 percent of GDP But the low growth rates produced lower tax collection leaving the budget on shaky ground for eight years running The year ended with IMF s decision to postpone implementing the arrangement from December 2011 to January 2012 Unemployment exacerbated Serbia s deepening debt The continuing economic woes seemingly reinforced the government s will to maintain its traditional control over the media leaving outlets in Serbia very vulnerable to pressures by the state and political and business interest groups Legislatively talks for a new media strategy stopped short while the National Assembly of Serbia passed several regulations that contradict laws supporting media freedoms The media also saw little progress technologically and its economy deteriorated further during the year Pressures threats and attacks on journalists and outlets remain common The court system s treatment of media and journalists continues to be ambiguous and no murders of journalists were solved this year Taking into account all of these issues the 2012 MSI participants assessed the media situation in the country rather pessimistically 1 90 compared to last year s 2 06 Scores showed moderate declines in two of the five objectives Objective 3 dipped most dramatically more than a third of a point from 2 27 to 1 93 while Objective 5 decreased by about a quarter point Read more send comment No comments on this topic Newsletters Write to us Srpski Latest news Select month April 2014 February 2014 January 2014 July 2012 February 2008 January 2008 March 2007 February 2006 December 2005 October 2005 February 2005

    Original URL path: http://www.anem.rs/en/medijskaScena/istrazivanja/story/13620/MSI+Serbia+-+2012.html (2015-06-17)
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