Corporate News

STA stepping up fact-checking effort

The Slovenian Press Agency (STA) is expanding as of September its fact-checking website Ne/Ja (No/Yes), which aims to debunk myths on socially relevant topics and raise awareness of the importance of recognising misleading information.

STA launches video service

The Slovenian Press Agency (STA) is launching a daily video service on Monday. Named STAvideo, the new subscription service marks a significant expansion of the STA's news product portfolio.

STA joining two new EU-funded development projects this year

The Slovenian Press Agency (STA) is joining two European projects funded as part of the Horizon Europe programme this year. The OMINO project deals with information overload and the TWON project focuses on the mechanisms used by social networks.

STA acquires The Slovenia Times portal

The Slovenian Press Agency will merge its existing English portal with The Slovenia Times this month, having acquired the portal and the brand from its current publisher under an agreement signed on Wednesday. The merger will create a strong and high-quality website specialised in covering Slovenia in the English language.

In-depth news on STA's new portal

The Slovenian Press Agency (STA) has launched a new free-access English-language news portal, Inside Slovenia, which provides an inside track for readers interested in delving deep into the politics and policies shaping Slovenian society.

UKOM proposes expansion of audit into STA public service

The Government Communications Office (UKOM) welcomed on Wednesday the decision of the Court of Audit to examine the STA's public service, but find it "very deficient". It proposes that the review cover the 2018-2021 period and not just the 2019-mid-2022 period, and check compliance with EU regulations on general economic interest.