Media Pluralism in Kosovo


Twelve indicators of media pluralism offer a comprehensive evaluation of the media sector's vitality in Kosovo, analyzing economic, legal, and political dimensions. These indicators scrutinize the levels of media market concentration both horizontally within individual sectors and vertically across different forms of media, while also considering the robustness of regulatory safeguards in place for media ownership and cross-media ownership. They probe the transparency of media ownership, the degree of political control over media outlets and infrastructure, as well as state involvement with media resources. Additionally, these metrics assess how well the media landscape in Kosovo supports net neutrality and the extent to which it fosters a public debate that is inclusive of all voices and viewpoints

Key Findings
  • Project by
    Global Media Registry
    Funded by European Union