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Media NGOs statement regarding the apprehension in Tiraspol of the reporter from Radio „Free Europe”
12.12.11/ Media nongovernmental organisations signal with concern the deterioration of the press freedom, safe conditions for journalists and human rights in the transnistrian region. Thus, on December 11th, 2011, when elections of the leader of self-proclaimed transnistrian republic were organized in Tiraspol, Valentina Ursu, reporter of Radio „Free Europe” from Chisinau Bureau, has been apprehended for three hours in Tiraspol by the local militia.

 
Solutions to overcome the political crisis proposed within the Press Club meeting
29.11.11/ The political crisis and the need to elect the president were some of the topics addressed during the Press Club session held on November 24, 2011, organized by the Independent Journalism Center (IJC) in Balti.

 
Mission Statement
16.11.11/ The international partnership mission to Hungary from November 14th  to 16th  2011, having met with lawyers, journalists, editors, professional associations, representatives of civil society, the new media authorities, and the government representative and discussed the situation regarding the enactment and implementation of the new media law finds:

 
Hungarian Media Law: International Mission Condemns Chilling Effect and Calls for Change
16.11.11/ Hungary’s new model of media regulation is creating a chilling effect and undermining freedom of expression said an international partnership mission comprised of leading press freedom and media development organizations today.

 
THE SECOND NATIONAL AUDIENCE SURVEY LAUNCHED BY IJC
03.11.11/ From September 13 to October 10, 2011, the private TV channel Prime has the largest audience at the national level, followed by public broadcaster Moldova 1 and PRO TV Chisinau. This can be seen in the data of the second audience research conducted during the abovementioned period, which includes data on the audience of TV channels, radio stations and publications in Moldova, the urban and rural.

 
Ethical dilemmas and professional standards of the press in attention of journalists
31.10.11/ How do Moldovan media reconcile ethical norms with the struggle for audience? How to address controversial issues in a professional manner? Public interest or the attention of the public - which ranks first in press materials? These were just some of the problematic issues discussed by a group of journalists in a training program organized by the Independent Journalism Center (IJC), on the 27-29th of October 2011.

 
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