The authorities are very sensitive to the criticism that Serbia, at least in terms of the electronic media, does not have enough media freedom and diversity; whenever it can, the ruling party and its trusted people set up a radio or TV station. The strategy is simple and efficient: the conventional state media (RTS and […]
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