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 o ...
Former talk show host Nikolai Barekov’s populist Bulgaria Without Censorship (BWC) coalition was again the biggest spender in the October parlia ...
Against a background of the Central Election Commission (CEC) saying that the ban on making public exit polls while voting is proceeding applies to th ...
The Bulgarian Socialist Party is so far the biggest spender on media exposure ahead of the October 5 2014 early parliamentary elections, while commercial television station so far is the […]
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe has condemned death threats and attacks against journalists in Kosovo and Russia. The OSCE statement follows a series of death threats against […]
Spending on advertising in the media passed the million leva mark just a few days after the start of the official campaign period ahead of Bulgaria’s October 5 2014 early […]
Bulgaria’s broadcast regulator the Council for Electronic Media as well as the Association of Bulgarian Broadcasters and the two public broadcasters have issued statements condeming recent incidents in which investigative […]
EU Justice Commissioner Martine Reicherts made a speech in protest against companies placing a “spanner in the works” over the “right to be forgotten” rule, where the European Court of […]
Greek journalists called a 24-hour strike Tuesday morning protesting a draft law affecting media and advertising companies. An amendment was brought to parliament on August 1 in a bill on […]