Tag Archives: Hungary


Hungary – Mapping Digital Media Report

Media debate in Hungary has been dominated since mid-2010 by a new and far-reaching package of media laws, referred to collectively as the 2010 media regulation. Ostensibly enacted to bring the country’s legal framework into line with the needs of … Read more

Media Freedom in Hungary in Steep Decline

by Edward Pittman*


In December 2010, whilst Hungary held the EU presidency, a new media law went into effect. With this, and the passage and revisions of other recent legislation, the space for debate and free expression significantly shrank in country … Read more

Book: Comparative Media Systems: European and Global Perspectives

Comparative Media Systems: European and Global Perspectives

Edited by: Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska, University of Wrocław, Poland; Michał Głowacki, Associate Editor of Central European Journal of Communication; Karol Jakubowicz, Information for All Program, UNESCO; and Miklós Sükösd, Central European University, Budapest

Introduced by Daniel … Read more

Footprint of Financial Crisis in the Media

This OSF study explores the impact of the financial crisis on media and news delivery to citizens in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

The global economic downturn has affected countless businesses across the … Read more