As audience numbers and advertising revenues fall, it is important to monitor the financial situation and the sustainability of both publicly and privately owned national, regional and local media in the Baltics. The study identifies problems in monetisation of news outlets’ digital presence, as well as the lack of multimedia reporting and digital communication skills as the biggest risks to be addressed in the nearest future.
Baltic Media Health Check - 2015-2016.pdfDownload PDF
Discussion “Journalist in the Lie Lie Land”
Challenges to quality journalism in the post-truth era
Westphalia Peace Prize Scholarship for young journalists
Journalists (age limit - up to and including 28 years) are welcomed to participate in a competition
Stolen elections: voters in the grip of manipulators
A discussion at the Lampa conversation festival