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Montenegro

ROUND TABLE 03. 10. 2018.   >>  17:51 0

ROUND TABLE

Independent public broadcaster is a challenge in Balkans

Independence of the public broadcasting service is one of the biggest challenges in the Balkans and in Montenegro- that is a message from the round table "Public Media Broadcasting in Montenegro - Financing, Governance and Regulation," which is being held in Podgorica.

Head of the European Union Delegation in Podgorica, Aivo Orav, said that the EU is committed to media freedom in general, which was also one of imperatives for countries aspiring to become EU members.

The European Union insists that Montenegro eradicates violence and intimidation of journalists, arguing that public broadcasting should be the leading force for the democratization of society.

EBU Head of Members Relations and Eastern Europe Radka Betcheva said that all public broadcasters in the Western Balkans had supervisory bodies, which, as she assessed, was good.

"Unlike state television, public broadcaster is financed and controlled by citizens, and public broadcaster is in the best position to facilitate debate in order to give citizens a true view of developments in society. It is also a mission that this public broadcaster should have," said Betcheva.

The independence of the public broadcaster is, as she pointed out, one of the largest challenges in the Balkans and Montenegro.

"It is necessary both in the financing and in the selection and resolution of members of the Council. All public services in the region face the challenge of coordinating the supervisory authorities and the management function. The council cannot interfere with the work of the management, and management must timely report to the Council," said Betcheva.

DPS deputy and President of the Administrative Committee Luidj Skrelja urged politicians not to attack each other on the meetings, recalling on attack on him in the Parliament of Montenegro, for which, as he said, there was no adequate reaction.

Orav responded saying it was a difficult issue and "the risk of profession".

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