Media NGOs condemn the assaults, intimidations and violent actions against journalists during the events of 7-9 June 2019 provoked by the participants in the protests organised at Chisinau by the Democratic Party of Moldova. During those three days, several media outlets... more
According to national studies on the Freedom of the Press in the Republic of Moldova, Moldovan journalists’ security has dramatically regressed over the last two years. A number of cases prove this situation: more and more often, reporters say they are simply not allowed to do... more
‘Although everything is constantly changing, the essence of journalism still resides in quality content, which will always be on the first place. Concurrently, nowadays journalism needs new formats and tools to keep readers’ attention, for which the competition is harsh’, the... more
In 2018, Moldovan media worked and developed in critical conditions, as the shown by the 2018 Moldovan Press Status Index developed by the Independent Journalism Center. Of the seven indicators assessing the status of Moldovan media, one denotes an extremely critical situation,... more
Why is it important to produce quality content and why each editorial office should keep an eye on analytics?
Representatives of the six media outlets, who reached stage II of the small grants competition under the ‘Understanding Audience Through Digital Assistance’... more
The Press Council will present a new Code of Ethics for Moldovan journalists on 3 May 2019. By that time representatives of civil society and a number of journalists will discuss the proposed amendments and addenda within three rounds. For instance, the document will contain... more