Assessing certain recent developments in the Hungarian media market through the prism of the media pluralism monitor
Title: Assessing certain recent developments in the Hungarian media market through the prism of the media pluralism monitor
Publisher: European University Institute
Series/Number: Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF); 2019/01
External link: http://cmpf.eui.eu/
This report has been drawn up by the CMPF at the request of the European Commission by way of an update to the report on risks to media pluralism in Hungary, published in the framework of the second EU-wide implementation of the MPM (Bognár et al, 2018). In particular, the CMPF was asked to assess whether the establishment of the Central European Press and Media Foundation (KözépEurópai Sajtó és Média Alapítvány, or KESMA) in Autumn 2018 amounts to an element of additional risk for media pluralism in the country and whether this additional risk is quantifiable.
Subject: Hungary; KESMA; Media pluralism monitor; Media concentration; Media pluralism
Type of Access: openAccess
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