Publicness revisited – a dialogue for a future media regulatory framework 2. – Content regulation

The Mertek Media Monitor launched a public dialogue that lasts several months. The objective of the debate is to reach and engage the widest possible range of stakeholders and to rethink the media regulation framework with their participation. The debate also brings to the public attention those professional considerations and interests that are required in […]

Publicness revisited – a dialogue for a future media regulatory framework 3. – Media authority

The Mertek Media Monitor launched a public dialogue that lasts several months. The objective of the debate is to reach and engage the widest possible range of stakeholders and to rethink the media regulation framework with their participation. The debate also brings to the public attention those professional considerations and interests that are required in […]

Publicness revisited – a dialogue for a future media regulatory framework 3. – Media authority

The Mertek Media Monitor launched a public dialogue that lasts several months. The objective of the debate is to reach and engage the widest possible range of stakeholders and to rethink the media regulation framework with their participation. The debate also brings to the public attention those professional considerations and interests that are required in […]

Publicness revisited – a dialogue for a future media regulatory framework 1. – What do we expect from media regulation?

The Mertek Media Monitor launched a public dialogue that lasts several months. The objective of the debate is to reach and engage the widest possible range of stakeholders and to rethink the media regulation framework with their participation. The debate also brings to the public attention those professional considerations and interests that are required in […]

What do we expect from media regulations?

The Mertek Media Monitor launched a public dialogue that lasts several months. The objective of the debate is to reach and engage the widest possible range of stakeholders and to rethink the media regulation framework with their participation. The debate also brings to the public attention those professional considerations and interests that are required in […]

News consumption, pluralism, democratic participation

Key conclusions ■     While in 2012 almost 80% of adults claimed that the domestic media concealed certain phenomena, in 2013 this ratio had declined to 74.5%. Simultaneously, the share of those who perceive that all news are reported commensurately with their importance has risen from 13.5% to 18%. Respondents who support the governing parties are […]

The advertisement tax and Hungarian media policy

It is widely known that the media industry has faced growing hardships over the past decade: the internet and its concomitant, free content, has already emerged as serious challenges, but it was the economic crisis beginning in 2008 that rendered the situation truly dramatic. Today, we can assert that the media market’s current functioning is […]