New legislation raises concerns over Poland’s media freedom
A bill on media ownership might mean closure for the largest independent broadcaster
Press Club Belarus team released after nearly 8 months in prison
Almost exactly eight months after their arrest, the four members of Press Club Belarus have been released from prison.
As of the date of the publication (August 30, 2021), there are 650 political prisoners in Belarus of which 27 are journalists and media professionals.
Unite to survive: How Georgian media work with advertisers in a small market
Fojo’s partner GRMA set up a joint sales office to help regional media reach to national advertisers
Press under pressure: how Belarusian media keep delivering independent journalism to their readers
Since the presidential election in August 2020, Belarusian media are facing some of the most severe crackdowns on the freedom of speech. Fojo has gathered some of the examples on how publishers stay keep delivering quality journalism to their readers despite the pressure.
2020 Survival Playbook for Local Media: 25 Ideas from the Publishers
In this article, we have summarized some of the best ideas that publishers from Eastern and Central Europe have shared with us.
Now or Never: What Publishers Should Know about Digital Transformation and Pandemic
Grzegorz Piechota from INMA gives a review of the main trends in media and shares research data on the effective strategies of digital transition.
Sharing Amid the Crisis: Fojo’s Conference for Eastern Europe
Media practitioners from eight countries in Eastern and Central Europe exchanged their best praxis to survive and thrive in the times of uncertainty.
List of Trusted News Sources from Belarus
Fojos local partners in Belarus have picked some of the most reliable news sources in the country and made this list.
Мы, медиаорганизации и журналистские ассоциации Армении, Грузии, Латвии, Молдовы, Польши, России, Украины и Швеции, выражаем поддержку и солидарность с нашими коллегами из Беларуси.
Joint statement to support colleagues in Belarus
On behalf of media organisations and journalistic associations of Armenia, Georgia, Latvia, Moldova, Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Sweden we express our support and solidarity with our colleagues from Belarus.