Concentración del Mercado y Rastros de Prácticas Clientelares, Principales Problemas de la Comunicación en México

México ha avanzado en su marco regulatorio y el establecimiento de contrapesos institucionales para democratizar la comunicación y garantizar los derechos a la libertad de expresión e información mandados por la Constitución. Sin embargo, se requieren políticas públicas integrales para materializar las metas planteadas, según nuevo informe  publicado hoy por CMDS.

Zselyke Csáky Compares Hungarian and French Media Situation in Internationale Politik

June 28, 2022

Time and vigilance are of the essence in protecting democracy and preventing a Hungarian-style press takeover in France and elsewhere, CMDS Fellow Zselyke Csáky warns in an article in German magazine Internationale Politik.

Policy Briefing on Journalism's Funding and Workplace Issues in the UK Published

June 27, 2022

The final briefing based on the Media Influence Matrix: UK report by the Media Reform Coalition focuses on workplace and funding issues public interest journalism faces in the UK.

Reuters Digital News Report 2022: Depressing agenda is leading many people to turn away from the news as younger audiences lean further into TikTok

This year's Report provides evidence that much of the public is turning away from important stories such as the pandemic, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the cost-of-living crisis. The report documents ways in which the connection between journalism and much of the public may be fraying. The chapter on Hungary was written by CMDS Senior Program Officer and Researcher Éva Bognár.

Sheila Coroner in the New Yorker on Marcos Dynasty Disinformation

June 2, 2022

The weapons of historical accuracy and fact-checking are no match for Marcos’ creative folklore, turbocharged by social media fan culture and relatable influencers, CMDS Curriculum Development Lead Sheila Coroner writes in the New Yorker about the landslide victory of Marcos, Jr. in the elections in the Philippines on 9 May.