A series of murky deals and a restrictive new anti-discrimination law announce a bleak era for Bulgarian journalism. by Marius Dragomir The arrival of Western media investors in the 1990s ushered in a new era for journalism in Eastern Europe. Foreign injections of capital and know-how, particularly German and Swiss, helped build solid media outlets […]

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