What else can you do if your country is turned into a stale, 20th century autocracy, but you don’t want to leave?
An A4 sheet of paper folded in two. That is what people in villages get from the real news.
Orbán’s farcical efforts to prove that the media is free make him look like an out-of-touch autocrat.
Orbánist media school forgets to mention journalistic standards in its curriculum.
“Journalist provoking by asking questions”
The crackdown on independent media has reached the stage of gleeful micromanagement and the final stab.
After the US has restarted Radio Free Europe’s Hungarian language edition, the German Deutsche Welle also announced to launch Hungarian news services, quoting concerns about media pluralism in the country.
Klubrádió has been the last radio that did not belong to the Orbánist media stable. It has been shut down.
Squeezing out foreign-owned retail chains is in the ten-year-plan of the government
“they would like to have Russia-style controlled media landscape”