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When the Medium is the Message: The Cuban “El Paquete” System

In our latest article covering innovation in journalism from around the world, Jelena Prtoric writes how one TB of films, series, magazines, newspapers and advertisement is delivered every week in Cuba to millions of people in an offline delivery system known as El Paquete Semanal.

Zsuzsa DetrekőI Warns of Problems With AVMS Directive

September 14, 2021

In a new article in Communications Law, CMDS Fellow Zsuzsa Detrekői warns of problems video sharing platforms face under the new EU Audiovisual Media Services Directive and the Copyright Directive.

Fact-Checking Covid-19 Misinformation: Win Some, Lose Some

In their article, Robert Nemeth and Marius Dragomir feature three fact-checking initiatives, Journalistes Solidaires in France, Nepal Fact-Check and Panos Institute Southern Africa in Zambia that aimed to tackle the “infodemic.”

CEU Students’ Reporting for Marius Dragomir’s Class Featured in Politico

In an example of academia's contribution to journalism, Politico features an article by students in CMDS Director Marius Dragormir’s class on how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the situation of migrants in EU detention centers.


GB News: The Rise of UK’s New Rightwing Media Isn’t Over Yet

In her latest article for Huck Magazine, Naomi Smith makes a parallel between the rise of  Rupert Murdoch's Fox News in the US and and the similarly right-wing GB News in the UK. While GB News is sometimes regarded as a laughable matter, Smith argues that Fox News was similarly dismissed when it was launched in the mid '90s.