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2015. szeptember 28. 17:56
This is the game perfected in the Middle East. This is Pallywood, or how to manipulate a media already hungry for sensation, a media already adept at twisting the truth. Sacrificing their own misery and inhumanity, sacrificing their innocent and unguarded children, the actors in Pallywood attempt to extract as much as possible from unwitting audiences around the world. Until recently, we Europeans, we Hungarians were able to witness these bizarre scenes only on the ten o’clock news. But now its pounding at the gates. Quite literally.
2014. december 1. 12:35
The most popular online news sites in Hungary, and around half of the main newspapers and broadcasters, are vehemently critical of the government. Something you cannot really call a totalitarian media landscape.
2014. március 16. 10:05
Civil code that outlaws taking pictures without permission of everyone in the photograph is 'vague and obstructive' say critics.
2014. március 10. 10:34
Voices of the Euro-pundit blogosphere have argued that the new electoral system is disproportionately skewed in Orbán’s favor, but are such claims true?
2013. április 17. 08:36
Hungary is popping up in the international media a lot these days. Today, I thought it would be interesting to hear what real, live Hungarians think about what they’re saying about Hungary. A video report.
Alone Against the World
2013. március 22. 14:15
The absurd awarding of a journalism prize to Ferenc Szaniszló highlights the nonsense of the state giving out so many awards. Politicians love awarding and very important people love getting awards. But what's the point of this mutual admiration society? Is there any reason for the state to give prizes to journalists or ballet dancers?
2013. március 21. 08:52
We remain deeply concerned by the restructuring and restaffing of Hungarian public institutions in a way that appears to decrease their independence from the political leadership.
2012. október 10. 11:59
The messages Hungary is giving are mixed as to the talks with the IMF and the European Union that have now dragged on for 11 months.