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 sta ...
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 ...
Bulgaria’s broadcast regulator the Council for Electronic Media as well as the Association of Bulgarian Broadcasters and the two public broadcas ...
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 […]
Three MPs from the Bulgarian Socialist Party have tabled proposed legislative amendments in the National Assembly on heavy penalties for media that “violate the rights and reputations” of election campaign […]
Bulgarian television channels TV7 and News7 filed for bankruptcy protection in the Sofia City Court, but said in June 30 statement that legal proceedings would not have any impact on […]
The Bulgaria Without Censorship (BWC) party, which ran fourth in European Parliament elections to capture two out of 17 seats, said on June 5 that it would lodge court actions […]
Bulgaria’s Commission on Protection of Competition (CPC) has ruled to allow the sale of seven newspaper-publishing companies from New Bulgarian Media Group Holding to Media Maker Limited, owned by Irish […]