Bulgaria’s Dossier Commission, the body charged by law with disclosing the identities of people in various walks of public life who worked for the country’s communist-era secret services, on October […]
Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission will allow the awarding of “media packages” for election advertising on some news websites, d ...
Bulgaria’s Supreme Administrative Court has overturned a decision by the Central Election Commission (CEC) that limited state subsidies for elec ...
Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission (CEC) is expected to face a challenge in the Supreme Administrative Court over its controversial decision ...
Bulgarian daily ‘Vseki Den’ (“Every Day”) has ceased to be a daily and after suspending publication, is expected to return as a weekly – presumably not under that title. Founded […]
Bulgarian nationalist weekly Desant, owned by National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria leader Valeri Simeonov and self-described as a “patriotic” publication, has printed its last issue. It is the […]
Zaman Bulgaria, a dual Turkish and Bulgarian-language daily dating back more than 24 years, has announced that it is closing down, to be replaced by a weekly edition. The daily, […]
Bulgarian-language daily Novinar, founded in 1992 and formerly one of the largest-circulation newspapers in the country, published its final edition on July 1 2016, reports said. Novinar, seen as linked to […]
Circulation of newspapers in Bulgaria decreased by more than 15 per cent in 2015, while the number of newspapers published also fell, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said on June […]
Bulgaria’s broadcast regulator, the Council for Electronic Media, on May 17 named Alexander Velev as the new director-general of public broadcaster Bulgarian National Radio (BNR). Velev was chosen from among […]