Neither media nor civil society in Bosnia and Herzegovina are believed to be substantially contributing to public participation.
Decreasing numbers of citizens are paying subscription fee, whereas position of public services is deteriorating
Various governments, often in collusion with crony capitalists, want to control public media; choosing to be detached is essential.
The attempted coup of July 15 had a harsh impact on Turkish media and journalists.
Finland has a diverse media market, good laws, a transparent government and independent journalists.