In Serbia, the state television station was known as Television ... The system developed from a public monopoly, with regional centres (TV Novi Sad, TV Pristina) ... of television per day, making it the highest average in Europe. Television is the main source of news and information for ...
Mar 26, 2018 ... The insights and expertise of BBC News Serbian's journalists will also ... BBC News Serbian is part of the BBC World Service Europe Region ...
Mar 2, 2017 ... Notes on the media in Serbia and links to newspapers and broadcasters. ... than five hours a day watching television, the highest figure in Europe. ... in its World Press Freedom Index, ahead of most countries in the region.
May 14, 2018 ... Telekom Srbija and SES Video to bring 10 TV channels to former ... variety of Serbian and regional TV programmes to viewers across Europe.
Television is by far the most popular type of media in Serbia. ... However, according to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) report from 2017, citizens of Serbia ... The regional television network N1, CNN's cable affiliate news channel, was ...
Jun 21, 2017 ... The top four owners in Serbia's Television market, one of them being the ... An equally high concentration can be observed in printed press, where the top four owners (Ringier Axel Springer Media AG, ... RTV with regional – receive most of their revenues from the state budget. ... email@example.com
SERBIA RTS - Serbian Broadcasting Corporation website: www.rts.rs ... Three television programmes (24 hour programme): Channel 1, Channel 2 and Digital Channel. ... This Channel broadcasts daily news programme, current affairs, debates, ... programme and the only culture and art programme in this part of Europe.
Official Country Name: Serbia and Montenegro. Region (Map name):, Europe. Population: 10,677,290. Language(s):, Serbian, Albanian. Literacy rate: 93.0%.
May 5, 2017 ... TV N1's news director in Serbia, Jugoslav Cosic, has warned that Serbia's Ministry ... in the country of CNN's news channel affiliate in the region. ... He added that, if necessary, N1 would ask EU media authorities to intervene.