An oligarch struggles to keep the (media) empire together, after a long-time friendship with PM Orbán.
A small analysis of fanpages engagement shows some changes that accompanied the editorial shift in these media
Shifts in ownership that led to political instrumentalisation of the tabloid news bulletin
The study summarizes one of the primary elements of what can be called the “state capture” of the Hungarian media market between 2010 and 2014.
is a regional partnership of civil society organisations aimed at enhancing media freedom and pluralism, and influencing media reforms in the countries of South East Europe.
Peace Institute, SLOAlbanian Media Institute, ALBMedia Center Sarajevo, B&HInvestigative Journalism Center, CROCenter for Independent Journalism, HUNMacedonian Institute for Media, MACNovi Sad School of Journalism, SER
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