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Seven Reasons to Observe TV7 Carefully

It is hardly needed to say it, but I'll start with the most real truth in modern societies - freedom of the media is the mother of all freedoms in democracy. Admittedly, and especially in Bulgaria, everybody understand this freedom ... »

Tsvetan Vasilev and the Voice of Business

I don't know what it means to "surrender" without having been in hiding, but the past 24 hours have created this precedent as well. For two weeks it has been openly said that the banker Tsvetan is in neighboring Serbia, ... »

Tusk and Mogherini – Good Lesson To Be Learned

Poland’s Donald Tusk is the new EU Council President and Italy’s Federica Mogherini is the new foreign policy chief of an increasingly variegated but still united Europe. Just a few months ago, this reshuffle seemed impossible. This new team means ... »

Maxim Behar

Maxim Behar: Ice Bucket Challenge Has Made Us Better

Maxim Behar’s idea to introduce a Bulgarian tone to the Ice Bucket Challenge has drawn an unexpectedly wide response, the leading Bulgarian PR expert has said for 24 hours daily. The founder and CEO of Sofia-based PR agency M3 Communications ... »


M3 Communications Group Wins Prizes For Best PR Agency In Europe

Bulgaria's PR agency M3 Communications Group Inc., part of Global PR leader Hill+Knowlton Strategies Group, got two prizes at the international business Stevie Awards. The agency got the prize “Best PR Agency In Europe” and the prize “Best Event Presenting ... »

A Caretaker Government Is Not Needed at All

  We have seen many times this circus which is being played out during the entire week and it only shows one thing - there is no need of a caretaker government in Bulgaria. That is why this part of ... »

A Broad-Minded Bulgarian Government

You have certainly noticed how many times President Rosen Plevneliev used the phrase “a broad-minded person” referring to almost every member of his caretaker government. I don’t know whether this is good or not that good for a cabinet minister. ... »

Varna, Bulgaria, Europe

What happened and is still happening in Varna, I mean the floodwaters, can happen in any part of the world. The exchange of cynical statements and mutual accusations, however, is something which does not happen in Europe, however proud we ... »

Private wars and State Prosecution. Or Vice Versa

The Bulgarian banking system, usually given as an example of stability, is being subjected in the last days to an unprecedented and - I would say - unexpected ordeal. Death threats, upon "orders" by a person of authority and influence, ... »

It all began in Warsaw

We in Bulgaria know November 10th (1989), and keep repeating it, though the real date is June 4th. The date marks the first (semi) democratic elections in Poland as well as the massacre on Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Perhaps never before ... »



‘Novinite’ Honored Prestigious Award at Davos Forum

Bulgaria’s “Novinite” news agency received the “Media of the Future” Award of the World Communications Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The award is given out every year to successful projects from all around the world, nominated and selected by the organizers, based on their independent ... »

PR expert Maxim Behar gives a presentation at World Communication Forum in Davos, Switzerland. - See more at: http://www.novinite.com/articles/158895/Maxim+Behar+in+Davos%3A+%D0%90+PR+Guy+Never+Grows+Old%21#sthash.rnc91KOH.dpuf

Maxim Behar in Davos: А PR Guy Never Grows Old!

Bulgaria's PR expert Maxim Behar gave an exclusive presentation called 'Real life-story shared: 'А PR guy never grows old!'' at the World Communication Forum in Davos. "Life is so dynamic that if you decide to avoid the news feed and stop caring ... »