Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency (NRA) said on August 3 that it has started checking the finances of all print media, going back five years, for compliance with tax and social […]
Bulgarian-language daily Presa and its sibling magazine Tema are ceasing publication as of July 31, reportedly because of a severe cash shortfall. Sta ...
Concerns persist about deterioration of the media environment in Bulgaria because of corporate and political pressure that, combined with the growing ...
Freedom House’s annual Press Freedom report again rates Bulgaria’s media as only “partly free”, while the report shows the press freedom situa ...
A total of 295 newspaper titles were published in Bulgaria in 2014, with a collective circulation of 315 712, both figures three per cent lower than in 2013, according to […]
A debt collection team entered the Sofia headquarters of TV7 and News7 on May 7 in connection with the broadcaster’s debts to Corporate Commercial Bank but in contrast to the […]
Bulgaria’s national Ombudsman Konstantin Penchev said that he had the feeling that someone wanted to close down TV7, perhaps as an act of personal revenge. A day after a controversial […]
Two senior Sofia police officers, the chief of the sixth district and the deputy head of the Sofia directorate of the Interior Ministry, resigned on April 29 after the controversial […]
Bulgaria’s TV7 and News 7 channels were raided on April 29 by debt collectors and removal firm staff accompanied by a large contingent of police, seizing technical equipment that put […]
US ambassador in Sofia Marcie Ries participated in a round-table discussion on media ownership, hosted by think-tank Center for Study of Democracy in Sofia on March 11. This is Ries’ address, […]