Mass media

Euronews and Telekom to Start Serbian TV Channel

European international news channel Euronews and HD WIN, a company owned by Telekom Serbia, are starting a new news channel and digital platform called Euronews Serbia, designed for audiences in Serbian-speaking areas, it was announced on Monday, just before French President Emmanuel Macron began an official visit to Belgrade.

Secret negotitaions conducted: Macron brings one world media to Serbia?

Managing Director of Euronews Michael Peters will be among the members of the delegation of French President Emmanuel Macron visiting Serbia today, Blic announced, referring to its findings. Negotiations on the start of the broadcast, the paper writes, lasted almost a year.

Bulgarian Police Officers and Prison Guards Plan a Protest on July 5

Police officers and prison guards are planning to stage a protest. It will be held outside the Council of Ministers on 5 July, when the Ministry of Interior will mark 140 years since its establishment. The protest is supported by the Bulgarian Doctors' Union and Podkrepa trade union. The main demand is decent pay for night work, reports BNT. 

The Deputies Are Voting The Reduction of the Party Subsidies to 1 Lev

The reduction of the party subsidies to 1 lev for a vote comes into the plenary hall. Today the deputies will vote the respective amendments to the Budget Law for 2019 in first reading, BNT reported

They were proposed by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and motivated by the public expectations for lower spending by the state to finance political parties.