Coronavirus Radio Ideas: How a Facebook Group Inspires Innovation

The pandemic increased the need for access to accurate information. A recently created Facebook group binds radio stations, listeners and markets together during lockdowns.

Irion on Schrems II and Surveillance

July 28, 2020
In her post published by the European Law Blog, our Fellow, Kristina Irion analyzes the Schrems II judgment of the Court of Justice of the EU by discussing third countries' national security powers under the GDPR and the criticism that a third country is held to stricter standards than a Member State of the Union.

New Podcast: Three Ways How Academics and Journalists Can Work Together

In the third episode of the Journalism Breakthroughs podcast series, Ian Cook and Dumitrita Holdis take a look at three different innovations that bridge academia and journalism: how students can become journalists, how journalists can build on academics’ research, and how scholars and journalists can work together.

Batorfy on Media Pluralism in Hungary

July 27, 2020
“The Hungarian media environment can pose high risks to media pluralism in Europe too,” our Fellow, Attila Batorfy, and his co-authors, Ferenc Hammer and Eszter Galambosi from the Department of Media and Communications at ELTE write in the Hungarian chapter of the Monitoring Media Pluralism in the Digital Era report, published by the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) at the European University Institute.

Dragomir on Media Capture and Its Contexts

July 23, 2020
CMDS Director Marius Dragomir and Minna Aslama Horowitz, Researcher at the University of Helsinki presented their research project about media capture, aimed at developing a comparative framework for public service media, at the IAMCR Online 2020 conference.