A demonstration by staff of Bulgarian National Television outside the public broadcaster’s Sofia head office on January 8 2015 was among expressions of solidarity by Bulgarian media with Charlie Hebdo, […]
Officials from Bulgaria’s Ministry of Culture said on December 4 that they would not attend a meeting of the parliamentary portfolio committee, ...
Should Bulgaria discontinue daily news bulletins in Turkish on the public broadcaster, the country would be on the wrong side of history, Turkey’ ...
The shrill panic-inducing performance of some US cable television media in covering, or rather creating, the Ebola scare appears to have taught their ...
Bulgaria’s print media should be self-regulating in accordance with a new media law, a senior MP for the country’s largest political party was quoted as saying on November 13 2014 […]
More than half of the journalists in an anonymous survey carried out by Konrad Adenauer and Reporter foundations, the findings of which were presented on November 5, acknowledged that their […]
Bulgaria has for the second consecutive year been placed 100th in Reporters Without Borders’ World Press Freedom index, again also making it the European Union country with the worst rating. […]
Bulgarians deserve to be reliably informed and know who is behind the media, who owns and finances them, to be able to make an informed choice, head of state President […]
Former talk show host Nikolai Barekov’s populist Bulgaria Without Censorship (BWC) coalition was again the biggest spender in the October parliamentary elections, paying more than a million leva for campaign […]
Against a background of the Central Election Commission (CEC) saying that the ban on making public exit polls while voting is proceeding applies to the media but not to social […]