In the frame of the Media for All project RTV Teuta from Ulcinj fulfilled all envisioned goals – increased number of users / visits / subscribers, created a new bilingual website, introduced program live streaming, online application, and increased diaspora audience.  Thanks to the holistic and multiplatform approach, together with the newly introduced website and app, RTV Teuta marks constant audience increase on all
RTV Slon with its unique business plan focused on the vast diaspora from Tuzla region living predominantly in European countries. Namely, in the frame of the Media for All project, they started producing podcasts titled Tuzla calling, focusing on local rarities that are unique to Tuzla – it may be people, events, objects – with the main idea to bring the region closer to
According to the research undertaken in all regional countries, women are considerably less represented in the media content compared to men, which is particularly visible in the percentage of cited female and male experts, counterparts and commentators to different topics, and also substantiated in the summarised desk research “Gender and the Media” published with the support of the British Council, BIRN and Thomson Foundation. 
Radio Titograd, a multiplatform outlet based in Montenegrin capital Podogorica, last year marked its fifth anniversary. On 13 July 2016, around 7 pm, the radio started broadcasting for the first time. The outlet, besides radio, is also present on the internet. Božo Bulatović, executive director of Radio Titograd, vividly remembers that day.  “We started our program with a song from the legendary Miladin Šobić,”
021, a multiplatform outlet based in Novi Sad, aims to increase its revenue by enabling better planning, improved coordination and more efficient communication with customers by developing a database of business clients.   “Following the implementation of the new software the list of potential clients has doubled,” pointed out from 021 adding that as a result of the new approach “the sales strategy is updated
In the last couple of years, crowdfunding (or online fundraising in general) has become a common topic among, primarily, non-profit organisations in the Western Balkans. It is often (wrongly) perceived as a silver bullet for the financial problems that an organisation faces or an alternative funding option for smaller-scale projects. Considering media outlets in the region, online fundraising and crowdfunding have only recently seen
TV Prizreni, a local broadcaster from the town of Prizren, increased its audience, especially in rural areas, by offering new formats and by extending its sphere of reporting. Since the project started with implementation TV Prizreni has made substantial progress. “We have doubled our products in terms of numbers, extended our coverage by reaching new geographical and social groups, and improved our internal capacities
Innovation became one of the key words when we talk about journalism. In a world where the internet is oversaturated with information and entertainment content, multiple players compete for audience attention on many platforms. In this environment, creating something different, something innovative that will stand out and draw attention becomes essential for the success of a media organisation. Unfortunately, as with many words that
The local outlet from the town of Vranje achieved higher visibility and monetization by focusing on three main pillars: young, well trained and motivated journalists; digital technologies and multimedia for greater outreach; and business innovations for long-term commercial sustainability.  In order for the portal to maintain its independence, it was necessary to achieve self-sustainability, which is why InfoVranjske launched a new website for its
Attacks on female journalists in Europe went up for nearly 17% last year. According to the Coalition for women in journalism, in September 2021 especially. Only during that month online violence against female journalists in the world went up for 900%. In the Western Balkans region, online harassment, but also the verbal or physical threats, are still the everyday reality journalists face. The situation
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