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 Sta ...
Bulgaria’s broadcast regulator, the Council for Electronic Media, on May 17 named Alexander Velev as the new director-general of public broadcas ...
Sofia City Court has ruled to declare private television channel TV7 insolvent, effective as of December 31 2015, after concluding that its revenues w ...
Bulgaria ranked 113th out of 180 countries in international organisation Reporters Without Border’s 2016 Index of Press Freedom, the lowest score among European Union member countries. Reporters Without Borders handed […]
Bulgaria’s Council for Electronic Media (CEM), the statutory regulator of the country’s broadcast media, elected council member Maria Stoyanova as its acting head on April 5 after the previous head […]
The head of the Council for Electronic Media (CEM), the Bulgarian statutory body charged with the regulation of broadcast media, submitted his resignation on February 25 2016, saying that he […]
Only 12 per cent of Bulgarians believe that the media are independent, while trust in the media has further decreased, according to a poll commissioned by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, […]
A petition purported to have more than 670 000 signatures calling for a national referendum on six questions related to electoral system and political reforms was presented to Bulgaria’s Parliament […]
Five directors at Poland’s public broadcaster TVP have filed their resignations in reference to the recent adoption of new media legislation, passed by the Senate upper house on Thursday, the […]