The conditions of the regulations concerning the functioning of the non-governmental organizations, as well as the regulators deriving from the mass transport act, determine the place and the role of the non-governmental organizations by defining their regulations liberty area and in this way determining the self-regulatory conditions. The self-regulation of the non-governmental organizations results from the essence of their activity, which is to fulfill the role of the socially useful institution, whereas the self-regulatory conditions result from the form and the character of the activity, as well as the possibility to affect among other things the organs which plan and run the mass transport. In this connection, it can be affirmed that the essence of the self-regulatory functions of the non-governmental organizations is to search such a state of the organization in which the realized actions result from the financial viability and human organizations, at the same time fitting into the areas essential from the social point of view. Referring to the financial, human and social areas, it must be stated that the essence of the self-regulation, as for the general principle that establishes the rules for the aim achievement in the conditions set by the regulation, is the separate treatment of every area. It comes down to the formation of the mechanism for achieving the main aim by achieving the partial aims in this area. Therefore, the self-regulation processes can be analyzed on the financial, social and community level. The last area is acquiring special meaning within the confines of the mass communication.