US ambassador in Sofia Marcie Ries participated in a round-table discussion on media ownership, hosted by think-tank Center for Study of Democracy in Sofia on March 11. This is Ries’ address, […]
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov has sought to defend the investigation, including a tax probe, into four activists from the Protes ...
Bulgaria has dropped yet again in Reporters Without Borders’ annual world press freedom index, falling six places to 106th place out of the 180 coun ...
A demonstration by staff of Bulgarian National Television outside the public broadcaster’s Sofia head office on January 8 2015 was among expressions ...
Officials from Bulgaria’s Ministry of Culture said on December 4 that they would not attend a meeting of the parliamentary portfolio committee, scheduled to discuss the culture budget, as a […]
Should Bulgaria discontinue daily news bulletins in Turkish on the public broadcaster, the country would be on the wrong side of history, Turkey’s ambassador in Sofia, Süleyman Gökçe, said on […]
The shrill panic-inducing performance of some US cable television media in covering, or rather creating, the Ebola scare appears to have taught their Bulgarian colleagues nothing. News on November 20 […]
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. […]