More and more, the world of journalism is taking place online with journalists more reliant than ever on social media for reporting, sharing news and interacting with readers. However, as digital media proliferates, so too does online harassment. For many journalists, online harassment is part of the job, but in some cases, it has led to self-censorship, threatening pluralism and silencing voices online. The Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has taken up this issue, bringing international attention to and initiating a dialogue at the highest-level on this dangerous threat to media freedom. In this session, staff members from the Office and from the incoming Austrian Chairmanship of the OSCE will talk more about this topic and the OSCE’s future plans for countering online harassment.