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(Danas) Eight daily newspapers in Serbia last year made a total of 3,615 violations of the Code of Journalists of Serbia, and only from August to December, it was said on the presentation of media monitoring by the Press Council

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(Source: FoNet) - The Press Council today expressed a protest over the decision of the Commission for evaluation of projects in the field of public information in Belgrade to allocate budget money to newspapers that continuously violate the Code of Journalists of Serbia.

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(DW Akademie) - Violations of the press code are common in Serbia, especially when it comes to tabloid media. But the country's press council is promoting ethical and journalistic standards, with support from DW Akademie.

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(Source: SEENPM/Safejournalists.net) - Promoting self-regulation in the Serbian media has not been an easy task for the Press Council (Savet za stampu), the Serbian self-regulatory body founded seven years ago.

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Press councils in South East Europe are facing many challenges as they work to raise professional standards and strengthen the social standing of journalism in the region... LINK

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Three years since founding, Press Council has grown into a credible self-regulatory body in the Serbian media scene, but has yet to gain greater visibility, improve voting rules and see its decisions implemented.

 

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