Posts Tagged ‘Media Mirror’

  • Macedonia – Bulgaria: Frozen Conflict?

    on Sep 16, 13 • in Media Monitoring

    македонија - бугарија

    In general, the media reporting relies on (un)conscious application of techniques that reinforce the existing stereotypes, reproduce the prejudices and stimulate the emotions of the audience

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  • Manichean and Gladiatorial Top-shop Populism

    on May 7, 13 • in Media Monitoring


    The analysis shows that the pro-government media that dominate the media scene in Macedonia have been transformed into a propaganda arm of state and local administrations throughout the Elections

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  • Government and Pro-Government Media Already on Campaign Trail

    on Mar 4, 13 • in Media Monitoring


    The analysis of media coverage shows that, two weeks before the official start of the election campaign, the Government, with support of majority of the media, has already started campaigning for the coming Local Elections

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  • Further Deterioration of Media Freedoms and Freedom of Expression

    on Feb 14, 13 • in Media Monitoring


    The NGO Info-centre, with financial support from the Foundation Open Society Macedonia (FOSM), under the auspices of its “Media Mirror” programme, implements monitoring of media reporting on issues and topics related to media freedoms and freedom of expression. This report covers the period from January 1 to February 6, 2013. The monitoring included the following media: seven daily newspapers (“Utrinski vesnik”, “Dnevnik”, “Vest”, “Večer“, “Nova Makedonija”, “Fokus” and “Den”), the central news programmes aired by seven television stations that broadcast nationally or over the satellite (24 Vesti TV, Kanal 5 TV, Sitel TV, Telma TV,

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  • The Media and the Hague Process

    on Jan 31, 12 • in Media Monitoring


    The NGO Info-center, conducted monitoring of media coverage of the hearings at the International Court of Justice in Hague, in the Macedonia vs. Greece case

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