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Hungary Dismantles Media Freedom and Pluralism: Conclusions of the joint international press freedom mission

These conclusions reflect the initial findings of the joint mission to Hungary carried out by the International Press Institute (IPI), Article 19, the Committee...

Report: Establishment of KESMA Exacerbates the Overall Risk to Media Pluralism in Hungary

Central European Press and Media Foundation (KESMA) was established in Hungary, and almost immediately, most of the media owners that were considered by public...

Polarisation and Clientelism Limit Media Freedom in Central and South East Europe

Challenged media pluralism, amid polarization and clientelism in Central and South East Europe, was the focus of a public debate in Budapest featuring prominent...

Independent journalists in Hungary brace for tough times in next Orbán term

By Attila Mong/CPJ Europe Correspondent  As Hungary's new Parliament holds its first session, where Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is due to form his third consecutive government...

Editorial Autonomy at Risk in Europe

by Arman Fazlić, Media.ba Problems regarding freedom of expression exist even within Europe where nowadays human rights are mostly guaranteed. Media market is heavily concentrated...

BiH: State Help to the Media – Precise Criteria Necessary

Without monitoring of media financing from public budgets, it is difficult to make conclusions regarding the legitimacy of these procedures and final effects in...

A Family Affair – The myth of media pluralism in Albania: Media Ownership Monitor

Audience and market concentration distorts the Albanian media market. The resulting lack of plurality can be detected in television and radio but also with...

Moldova: From partly free to free media status by 2025

The transition of Moldova from the category of countries with partly free media to the category of countries with free media by 2025 is...

Media freedom in Montenegro: a survey of publications

The media sector in Montenegro is characterised by strong political polarisation. The few examples of non-aligned investigative journalism are subject to both direct and indirect pressure...

Journalism under fire amid rise of ‘fake news’ and social media-driven echo chambers – UNESCO report

Across the world, journalism is under fire. While more individuals have access to content than ever before, the combination of political polarization and technological...
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The five-day Summer School, aimed at practising journalists worldwide, is designed to help you better understand the challenges you face in an ever-changing media landscape, and...

The State of Moldovan Press Characterized as “Severe” for the Fourth Consecutive Year

The media in the Republic of Moldova is still in a severe state, as revealed by the 2019 Moldovan Press Status Index (MPSI), published...