Here is a selection of the most popular videos of our public talks, lectures and panel discussions from the past few years. Our Archive contains more recordings of our lectures and interviews.

the debunking effect

war in ukraine and disinformation

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Big Tech, Journalism and New Copyright Rules: Who'll Win, Who'll Lose

Media Philanthropy in the Global Pandemic: A New Way or Business as Usual?

Journalism in Myanmar: Back to the Dark Ages?

Can Journalism Be Saved in Ukraine?

Australia Wants Tech Companies to Pay for Content: The End of Free Lunch or a Dangerous Precedent?

Banning Trump on Social Media: Freedom of Expression in the Era of Platform Power

Saving Journalism: A Vision for the Post-Covid World

From the Shell Papers To the Hungarian PM’s Family Business: FOIA Requests and Journalism

My Dear Unwanted: Media Discourse on Sex-selective Abortion in Montenegro

Dean Starkman on the FinCEN Files

The Journalism Crisis and How To Fix It

What Happens When Academia and Media Work Together?

Media Influence Matrix: Slovakia

Media Freedom in Times of COVID-19

Starkman on Covid-19 and Journalism

Starkman on Luanda Leaks

Portrayal of Migration in the Media

Starkman on the China Cables

Measuring and Building Audience Trust

Workshop on misinformation and propaganda for hungarian students

Funding Journalism in the digital age

CRAIG CALHOUN ON NEw Media and New Transformations of the Public Sphere

Michael Schudson on the challenges of professional journalism

Media Capture: The Relationship Between Power, Media Freedom and Advocacy

William Uricchio on emerging trends in visual studies and digital journalism

Cory Doctorow on Internet Battles

The Troubled State of Press Freedom in Central Europe