The assassination Wednesday of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic could end media reforms that his coalition government had been working on for months.
A sex education show starring an elderly doctor has captured the deeply conservative, Muslim-dominated Albanian market -- and created a genre that could fly across the Muslim world.
Balkan Bulgarian Television (BBT), a new national cable channel aimed at the lucrative teen and young adult market, bowed this month in Bulgaria. BBT management says its short-term focus is to bring…
U.S. billionaire George Soros took majority control of Croatia's largest cable TV company, Digital City Media (DCM), Tuesday with a $5 million recapitalization through the Soros Investment Fund.
The government approved former-Hungarian radio president Istvan Hajdu as head of broadcast regulator ORTT on Monday, breaking an impasse that had left the regulator leaderless for months.
The seventh Sofia Intl. Film Festival began 10 days of screenings in the Bulgarian capital Thursday.
Slovenia's Koper Roman Catholic diocese has sold 75% of its TV3 to a Croatian media consortium, transforming the religious network into a mainstream commercial TV network.
As the world braces for possible conflict in the Middle East, four southern European nations (including three former enemies) are holding cooperative film festivals in a spirit of goodwill rare in a…
Slovenian state broadcaster RTVS lost 24 million euros ($26 million) in the 2002 fiscal year, and is to ax 120 employees this year. Network director general Aleks Stakul blamed low ad revenues and a…
Radio Television Serbia (RTS), Serbia's largest broadcaster, will cut up to 800 jobs in the coming days in one of the largest downsizing campaigns in this nation's television history.
The 31st Belgrade Intl. Film Festival kicked off on Friday , beginning a 10-day run of screenings of some 95 feature films and documentaries.