Lyutvi Mestan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, says that Delyan Peevski’s media do not constitute a monopoly because they make up only one per cent of the […]
Bulgaria has been ranked the worst among European Union countries in Reporters Without Borders’ 2014 World Press Freedom index, coming in at 100 ...
A hullabaloo in the media and on social networks has followed after a Bulgarian talk show host announced live on air that he was joining a political p ...
Bulgaria’s centre-right former ruling party GERB has backtracked on a proposal to include in the new election code a provision for fines of up t ...
Media that publish material that damages the “decency, honour and reputation” of candidates during an election campaign will face fines from 5000 to 10 000 leva (about 2500 to 5000 […]
For the first time, the Committee to Protect Journalists has added cyberspace as a category on its yearly risk list, which highlights places where press freedom is on the decline. […]
Coverage by the Bulgarian-language media of an annual report on the state of the Bulgarian media said a lot about, well, the state of the Bulgarian media. On February 4, […]
In an exclusive on February 3, Economedia’s publications reported that Economedia was suing another Bulgarian media company and a fledgling politician for breach of copyright by allegedly using photographs without […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev is continuing to push the issue of media monopolies, putting them on the agenda of a “month of political consultations” that he intends holding in February […]
Attacks against independent newspapers and journalists have been increasing over the past few years in Montenegro, but two recent incidents are raising concerns and condemnation from human rights groups, free […]