A number of people have been arrested after a crew from Bulgaria’s Nova Televizia was assaulted while attempting to film a story about alleged energy theft in a Roma neighbourhood […]
Bulgaria’s broadcast regulator the Council for Electronic Media (CEM) has issued a licence for public broadcaster Bulgarian National Radio to op ...
Delyan Peevski has formally submitted a new asset disclosure form to Bulgarian Parliament, listing a number of stakes in local and foreign companies, ...
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, f ...
Bulgarian-language daily Presa and its sibling magazine Tema are ceasing publication as of July 31, reportedly because of a severe cash shortfall. Staff of Presa, which has been published since […]
Concerns persist about deterioration of the media environment in Bulgaria because of corporate and political pressure that, combined with the growing and nontransparent concentration of media ownership and distribution networks, […]
Freedom House’s annual Press Freedom report again rates Bulgaria’s media as only “partly free”, while the report shows the press freedom situation in the country as little changed over the […]
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 […]