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EANA calls on Janša to settle dispute over STA

Bern – The European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA) has addressed an open letter to Prime Minister Janez Janša calling on him to resolve the dispute with the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) while expressing concern about Janša’s tweet accusing STA director Bojan Veselinovič of being an accomplice to the “murder” of former STA editor-in-chief Borut Meško.

AGERPRES132/Alexandru Muraru: National News Agency's missions go beyond daily news channel

The mission of the National News Agency AGERPRES goes beyond an official news and daily information channel. AGERPRES was a living institutional presence in the life of the nation, says historian Alexandru Muraru, Deputy and honorary adviser to the Prime Minister, a special representative of the Romanian Government for Promoting Memory Policies, Combating Anti-Semitism and Xenophobia.

Slovenia Govt Condemned for Cutting Funds to Public News Agency

The Slovene Journalists' Association, DNS, said on Tuesday it was "appalled" by the government decision to stop funding the Slovenian Press Agency, STA, the independent public news agency, allegedly because it did not file the requested documentation to the Government Communications Office, UKOM.

Bucharest Best Comedy Film 2020 - a tour of the world from 10 different cinematographic perspectives

Bucharest Best Comedy Film 2020, which will take place between December 1 and 10, can be watched on the ComedyEst television channel, a premiere in the world of film festivals. The "Grigore Vasiliu Birlic" Cultural Association, which organizes the event, proposes at this second edition a tour of the world from 10 different cinematographic perspectives.

UPDATE Coronavirus: How the health crisis has influenced the activity of European news agencies

The health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic greatly influenced the activity of European news agencies in terms of working procedures, and some expect a drop in revenues, according to the directors of some of these media outlets in interviews published on Monday on the European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA) website.