MIM News

Journalism in Kyrgyzstan: Feeding at the Public Trough

In a country where media heavily rely on government funding and informal payments, there can’t be much independent reporting. Kyrgyz journalists attest to that.

Spooks and Royals: How Media Policy Works in Jordan

The secret service, government officials and the royals shape Jordan’s media policy. The consequences for the country’s journalism are dire.

How to Gain a Political Sinecure in Romania: Join a Media Regulator

Media regulation in Romania remains an openly political affair where chaos rather than strategy and expertise rules.

Funding Journalism in Georgia: One Government, Two Families and Two Brothers

Georgian independent journalism is struggling in a highly politicized media industry where the government and a few wealthy businesspeople call the shots.

SPP Students Present at the Biggest Media Research Event

Mackenzie Nelson and Ifra Asad launched in Madrid the report they wrote as part of their class at CEU.