THE MEDIA POLICY IN MONTENEGRO: FROM 1993 TO 2013

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Zeljko Rutovic

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This paper attempts to emphasize the process of building the media environment in Montenegro with regards to media policy, legislation and institutional framework that followed the media boom in the last two decades. There has been a trend towards establishing new media entities, often focused predominantly focused on the sphere of politics. The emergence of several media entities on the media scene is often conflicting political and programmatic positions. The turbulent political events, learning media professionalism and ethics have caused the need for a serious approach to media policy legislation.
 

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Rutovic, Z. . (2021). THE MEDIA POLICY IN MONTENEGRO: FROM 1993 TO 2013. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 1(2). Retrieved from https://e-jlia.com/index.php/jlia/article/view/26
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Zeljko Rutovic, General Directorate for Media, Ministry of culture, The Government of Montenegro

Zeljko Rutovic (born in 1966, in Niksic) is an author of next books: "The aesthetics of dialogue" (2001), "Notes of populism" (2003), "Tolerance and arrogance" (2008), "Digital demos" (2011), Globalization in the mirror of development, crisis and media (2010), "Free access to information", co-author (2011). He is also involved in journalistic work in the field of theory and culture of media. He is a reviewer and viewer of several books in the field of media. He participated and lectured at several international professional conferences in the field of media policy. He is also a member of the editorial board of international scientific journals "Media dialogues" and "Media Culture". He is a doctoral student of sociology at the University of Montenegro - thesis: "The sociological aspects of globalization of the media."

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