Following the War on the Web  | American Journalism Review
From AJR,   January/February 1999

Following the War on the Web   

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Independent media sources: ANEM (Association of Independent Electronic Media): www.anem.opennet.org/ and www.anem-solidarity.opennet.org/
  • Belgrade-based Radio B92, a news service: www.b92.net
    English-written and audio bulletins: http://b92eng.opennet.org
  • News in Serbian: www.siicom.com/odrazb
  • Daily newspaper Koha Ditore in Pristina: www.kohaditore.com

    Yugoslavian and other government sources:

  • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: www.gov.yu
  • Government site addressing ``Albanian Terrorism in Kosovo and Metohia": www.gov.yu/terrorism/
  • Government site identifying various media, their politics and affiliations: www.gov.yu/media
  • Government site on the media campaign against Yugoslavia: www.gov.yu/mediawar/
  • Ministry of Information site, ``Your Guide Through Serbia": www.serbia-info.com/news
  • Pristina Media Center (with news reports and the official Serb position): www.mediacentar.org
  • Kosovo Information Center (run by ethnic Albanian leader Ibrahim Rugova and his party, the Democratic League of Kosovo): www.kosova.com

    Other useful sites:

  • The Balkan Institute: www.balkaninstitute.org
  • Freedom Forum: www.freedomforum.org
  • Committee to Protect Journalists: www.cpj.org
  • U.S. State Department (with regional reports from Kosovo): www.state.gov
  • Serbian Orthodox Diocese, of which the Rev. Sava Janjic is a member: www.decani.yunet.com

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