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Reporting on EU Matters Must Be More Concrete, Panel Says

Ljubljana, 29 June - EU-related matters are not receiving appropriate media coverage, as there is insufficient public interest. The public still perceives EU issues as foreign and difficult to understand, so it is crucial that media present them in clear and concrete terms, a panel on the EU and media concluded on Thursday.

Ljubljana, Center Evropa.
Panel entitled "The Media and the EU: Does Europe Still Excite Us?" organised by the Slovenian Press Agency (STA).
From left to right: POP TV journalist Sergeja Hadner Hvala, STA director Lidija Pavlovcic and Peter Jancic, the editor-in-chief of the daily Delo.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Center Evropa.
Panel entitled "The Media and the EU: Does Europe Still Excite Us?" organised by the Slovenian Press Agency (STA).
From left to right: POP TV journalist Sergeja Hadner Hvala, Peter Jancic, the editor-in-chief of the daily Delo and Antonia Mochan, PR representative of European Science and Research Commissioner Janez Potocnik.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Center Evropa.
Panel entitled "The Media and the EU: Does Europe Still Excite Us?" organised by the Slovenian Press Agency (STA).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Center Evropa.
Panel entitled "The Media and the EU: Does Europe Still Excite Us?" organised by the Slovenian Press Agency (STA).
From left to right: deputy editor-in-chief of the Austrian Press Agency (APA) Thomas Karabaczek, STA editor-in-chief Nadja Podobnik.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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