Publications

Dragomir on Media Capture in Central and Eastern Europe

May 7, 2019
“Media freedom in Central and Eastern Europe is arguably at its lowest level since the region’s dictatorships were toppled in the early 1990s. With local oligarchs buying up outlets and foreign media operators fleeing the region, it is likely to deteriorate further”, writes Marius Dragomir, Director of the Center for Media, Data and Society at CEU in his latest article for Project Syndicate.

Who’s Funding Romanian Journalism?

A new generation of brash journalism outlets challenge the highly concentrated media system in Romania. But many of them remain highly vulnerable, according to Funding Journalism: Romania, the most comprehensive analysis of the country’s media in decades, released today by CMDS.

Parmar on the Assange Case and the UK's Global Defence of Media Freedom

Sejal Parmar discusses the UK’s possible extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the United States for computer hacking and the UK Foreign Office’s new campaign on the defence of media freedom.

Media Impact Funders Releases New Report on Global Media Philanthropy

The report, with contribution of CMDS Director Marius Dragomir, highlights data, trends and pressing issues facing the field, and what funders can do moving forward.

Until They Divorced – New Book by Fardin Alikhah

March 13, 2019
The book “Until They Divorced, They Did Not Write a Book”, published in Farsi language in Tehran, was written by CMDS Fellow Fardin Alikhah.