How the Industry Controls Media Policy in Argentina

In Argentina, freedom of expression is officially guaranteed by the Constitution and the government has the upper hand in media regulation. Yet, it is the largest media groups in the country that exert real influence in the policy process, according to a new report published today by CMDS.

The Impact of the War on News Media: What Journalists Expect

Many journalists expect a fall in advertising revenue, the closure of media outlets and increasing government control over the media as a consequence of the war in Ukraine, a new CMDS report finds.

Cómo la Industria Controla la Política de Medios en Argentina

En Argentina, la libertad de expresión está oficialmente garantizada por la Constitución y el gobierno tiene la ventaja en la regulación de los medios. Sin embargo, son los grupos de medios más grandes del país los que ejercen una influencia real en el proceso político, según un nuevo informe publicado hoy por CMDS.

Technology in Ukraine: Playing Catch-Up

As Ukraine updates its communication policies, the country’s tech sector remains plagued by a delayed introduction of new technologies, a gaping urban-rural digital divide, skepticism towards the state and the problem of disinformation.

Barata, Detrekői and Dragomir contribute to European Audiovisual Observatory Publication

CMDS Director Marius Dragomir and CMDS Fellows Joan Barata and Zsuzsa Detrekői contributed to a new publication of the European Audiovisual Observatory on national rules on video-sharing platforms. Dragomir collected the data on Romania, Barata on Spain and Detrekői on Hungary.