http://www.klubradio.hu/cikk.php?cid=180739&id=16 - Hungarian Klub Radio’s portal reports: An article published by Al Jazeera America called Orban’s Hungary a teetering house of cards. As pointed out in the report, the protests against the Internet tax indicate the rise of opposition against Fidesz.
http://nol.hu/kulfold/orban-csak-meg-hetvenkedobb-lesz-1485033 - Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports:Director of the Center for Media and Communication Studies at the CEU School of Public Policy Philip N. Howard argues that the EU should withhold money from Hungary, due to the government’s “crackdown” on the media, in an essay published on the opinion pages of the New York Times.
http://hvg.hu/vilag/20140821_Az_onkenyur_az_EUban__megint_Orbanrol_i - Hungarian news portal reports: Amy Brouillette, researcher in CEU’s Center for Media and Communications Studies, published an article about Viktor Orban, entitled “Az onkenyur az EU-ban” (The Autocrat Inside the EU), in the international political magazine Foreign Policy.
http://www.mediapiac.com/media/egyeb/ujsagirok-Oroszorszagban-Lehet-harcolni-de-nem-erdemes/11580/ - Hungarian monthly Mediapiac in its print edition on July 16 (pp. 35-35, "Lehet harcolni, de nem erdemes") issued an interview with Irina Borogan, deputy editor-in-chief of the Russian investigative portal agentura.ru specialized in the activities of secret services, about their methods and the situation of journalists.
Hungarian monthly Mediapiac reports: The traditional Russian media is entirely controlled by the Kremlin and the oligarchs enslaved to it, and as a result of a legal amendment, they are now increasingly able to influence the online press as well. An interview with Irina Borogan, the deputy editor-in-chief of the Russian investigative portal agentura.ru specialized in the activities of secret services, was asked about their methods and the situation of journalists.
http://www.kulturpart.hu/irodalom/42453/muszaj_megszolalni - Hungarian cultural news portal, kulturpart.hu, interviewed Peter Zavada about slam poetry, politics, and literature. Zavada mentions Peter Molnar, former Fidesz politician, now CEU researcher teaching the right to freedom of speech and expression, who uses slam poetry to express his political stance by pouring his feminist, anti-fascist and pro-gay views into slam lyrics.
http://www.klubradio.hu/cikk.php?cid=176417&id=16 - Hungary's Klub Radio portal reports in its daily international media outlook about a foreignpolicy.com article that investigates the story of a controversial planned remembrance statue to be erected by the Hungarian government to recognize the Hungarian victims of the Holocaust. "The government is redoing history, redoing the cultural markers," says Amy Brouillette, researcher at the Center for Media and Communication Studies t at CEU.
http://www.168ora.hu/itthon/megszolalt-origo-levaltott-foszerkesztoje-128038.html - In a round-up of recent Hungarian events, Hungarian news portal 168ora.hu quotes the article of Al-jazeera/Yahoo, in which Eva Bognar, researcher at CEU Center for Media and Communications Studies, said in reference to firing the Editor-in-Chief of Hungarian news portal origo.hu: the Origo affair gives reason to worry because apparently, the government is keeping online media and foreign-owned b
http://www.press-szo.com/oligarchat/ - A Vojvodina news portal press-szo.com interviews Editor in Chief of the Hungarian investigative portal mandiner.hu, Tamas Bokody, who participated in a conference at CEU entitled “Journalists and Whistleblowers in an Era of Mass Surveillance,” organized by the CEU Center for Media and Communication Studies.
http://www.origo.hu/valasztas2014/20140403-economist-orban-kozpontositani-akar.html - Hungarian news portal origo.hu quotes Amy Brouillette, researcher at the Center for Media and Communication Studies, from the Economist article Four More Years (http://www.economist.com/news/europe/21600169-viktor-orban-heads-third-terma