The independent Insajder production said the fact that someone did a successful business with SBB and then launched N1 TV with the editorial policy which did not have the regime's support "does not mean he is a thief and a criminal."
"What's the problem with N1TV," Insajder asked.
And answered: "The authorities and media supporting them have been claiming for several years that SBB was founded 20 years ago after the state Telekom was damaged. In case they have proves let them present the evidence to the prosecutors," Insajder wrote.
It adds that "when the Law on Electronic media was passed in 2014, same people were in power what means that they did a job in (Dragan) Solak's (the founder of SBB) interest."
"It's clear," Insajder added, "that behind the attacks on N1 TV is the state Telekom's decision to conquer the privately-owned SBB. And that would not be disputable if the fight was exclusively played as a market game and if the same rules apply to everyone."
Insajder further said that "in that struggle, the journalists are targeted with dangerous labels, because if every journalist working at N1 is branded a mercenary and a foreign agency's representative, some can read it as a permission to settle scores with them."
Insajder added that "in someone's head the beating of such 'mercenary' and 'spy' could sound as an allowed, patriotic or even heroic act."