Lately, there has been almost no good news about Hungary’s media. Privatization of state broadcasters is behind schedule, and the country’s leading dailies are showing susceptibility to corruption by ZSOFIA SZILAGYI NINE MONTHS AFTER HUNGARY’S FIVE-year “media war” ended and the parliament passed a law regulating television and radio broadcasting, the country’s electronic media show […]

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