South-East European Network of Associations of Private Broadcasters (SEENAPB)
Sep 2000. Ran until Dec 2010.
Promote peace, stability and mutual understanding in the region through cross-border cooperation, training and media policy collaboration; ensure mutual support among members in the processes of realizing democratic media legislation and regulatory procedures; achieve high professional standards, public access to information and politically and economically independent journalism; enhance professional collaboration among independent broadcasters across South-East Europe and internationally.Available with paid subscription only.
Intervention areas (5): News Exchange Programme; Touristic Radio; Music Stop; Media Policy and Advocacy; Network Sustainability. Organizes 'SEENAPB Day'.
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Members in 8 countries
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