Relation between the state and the media was delicate and had many dimensions says Serbian President

Serbian President Boris Tadic said that the relation between the state and  the media was delicate and had many dimensions, as there is no democracy nor prospects for Serbia without free media. Media control a state and should point to any omissions or failures, he said in a...

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Relation between the state and the media was delicate and had many dimensions says Serbian President



Balkan Business News Correspondent - 16.06.2011

Serbian President Boris Tadic said that the relation between the state and  the media was delicate and had many dimensions, as there is no democracy nor prospects for Serbia without free media. Media control a state and should point to any omissions or failures, he said in a speech at a session of the Assembly of the European Press Federation in Belgrade. The state cannot own media, but there are many models of resolving that issue in the EU. He said Serbia would never be a democratic society without clear prospects for media and a media strategy contributes to that process reports Radio Srbija. Some 937 media companies have been registered in Serbia so far, including radio and television programs, newspapers, news agencies and Internet portals. Having in mind that media companies record most of their revenues from advertising, the financial year 2009 was not successful for most of them.

Specifically, advertising expenses in Serbia amounted to about €161 million and revenues from advertising thus fell by 22%, a considerably larger decline than was recorded at a global level, which was 7.2%. In the structure of advertising revenues, television has the highest share with 60 % (a decrease of 16%), print media comes in with about 22%, external advertising (advertising on billboards, and so on) with 13%, radio has a share of 4%, while Internet advertisements account for 1.6%. Observed in figures, advertising expenses for television stations amounted to €95 million, of which €35 million belong to RTS, while all other television channels share advertising revenues of about €60 million. The biggest advertisers are traditionally the financial sector, mobile operators, and coffee and beer producers reports Ekonomist.


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