Reporters Without Borders

Hungary

Media Council deals serious blow to broadcasting pluralism

Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns yesterday’s decision by Hungary’s Media Council to strip Klubradio, the country’s only national (...)

Published on 21 December 2011 Read

Hungary

Hungary’s media law is unacceptable despite amendments

Reporters Without Borders takes note of the amendments to Hungary’s controversial media law that the parliament adopted yesterday. However, (...)

Published on 8 March 2011 Read

Hungary

European Commission response to media law “inadequate”

Reporters Without Borders criticised today as “inadequate” the response of the European Commission’s Digital Agenda Commissioner Neelie Kroes to (...)

Published on 17 February 2011 Read

Hungary

European Parliament urged to pass resolution condemning Hungary’s new media law

Despite unanimous opposition from leading media freedom organizations, the Hungarian parliament has adopted a controversial law overhauling the (...)

Published on 31 December 2010 Read

Hungary

Journalist who probed fuel rackets hospitalised after being badly beaten

Reporters Without Borders today condemned a physical attack on investigative journalist Iren Karmen, who was badly beaten by two men in Budapest (...)

Published on 25 June 2007 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Journalist given jail sentence for press offence for the first time since fall of communism

A journalist has been sentenced to a jail term for a press offence for the first time since the fall of communism in 1990. Andras Bencsik, (...)

Published on 23 January 2004 Read


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