In Between Europe podcast: What future for the media in Central Europe?
In this episode of the “In Between Europe” podcast, Zselyke Csaky and Gergely Romsics discuss the media situation in Central Europe with Marius Dragomir from the Central European University.
March 4, 2019 - Zselyke Csaky and Gergely Romsics - Blogs and podcasts
We’re back! Here with us today is Marius Dragomir, the director of the Center for Media, Data, and Society at Central European University (CEU) and we discuss the crisis-ridden media environment in the region. Despite the doom and gloom around the failure of the old business model and increasing political control, there are some good examples emerging that provide reason for optimism.
History minute: Media Pluralism in an Authoritarian Regime
Media Influence Matrix, Center for Media, Data, and Society, CEU, 2019
Control the money, control the media: How the government uses funding to keep media in line, Marius Dragomir, Journalism, Vol. 19, Issue 8, 2018
The Free Press Under Threat in Central Europe, Lenka Kabrhelova, Nieman Lab for Journalism, 27 February 2019
Media in Central Europe: From independent observer to political tool and the new enemy, Zselyke Csaky, Visegrad Insight, December 2017
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Zselyke Csaky is a senior researcher at Freedom House’s Nations in Transit publication. She regularly writes about Central Europe and issues related to human rights.
Gergely Romsics is a senior fellow with the Research Center for the Humanities–Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His interests include the study of ideologies and political theory in Central Europe.