Montenegro, Ul-info: Tech and professional lifting up

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Following its 8th anniversary Portal Ul-info introduced a modern, bilingual and easy to navigate website. Beside all this, Ul-info also got a new visual identity – a modern logo, but also iOS and Android applications, all with the ‘Media for All’ support. 

“Following these changes, I can say that from a technological aspect we are now at the very top in the Montenegrin media sphere, as we are from the professional aspect,” Mustafa Canka, editor-in-chief at Ul-info, said.   

Redesigned portal that organization promotes on its social network in Montenegrin and Albanian language, as Ul-info staff points out, together with the latest activities within the ‘Media for All’ project will empower their readers to be proactive and to take part in the outlet’s content creation.

And last but not least, one of the key novelties is that with the new colleagues we will introduce online TV with a 4K resolution,” Canka said.

In future, Ul-info will focus more on environmental journalism and Civil society organization (CSO) activities. In line with these plans, the new website has dedicated pages for ecology and CSO’s.  

The CSO Ul-Info, within which the Portal Ul-info operates, was founded in 2013, while the bilingual portal Ul-Info was registered in 2017. Apart from online media activities, Ul-Info has implemented numerous projects in the fields of media, corruption, rule of law, public policies, good governance, and human rights.

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