Newsmen Lack Freedom: Journalism in Albania is at the Whim of Politics and Owner Interests

A handful of people own most of the mainstream media in Albania. Experts say that the concentration of ownership undermines freedom of speech by censoring journalists.

Albania: Regulatory authorities at the usual crossroads

As long as the election of members and chairs of the regulators remains dependent on, filtered by, and determined by parliamentary seats, the chances for more independent, autonomous and stronger regulatory bodies are slim.

Media analyst and author of Code of Ethics discusses main problems of investigative journalism and media freedom in Albania.

The consequences of the flooding that hit Shkodra, a city in the northern Albania, are catastrophic. No one living in this area remembers such a frightening flooding as the one this year.
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