Major journalism collaboration, the Pandora Papers, organized by ICIJ, reveals the inner workings of a shadow economy.
Misinformation is a lucrative business in several eastern European countries, reliant on advertising revenue, and pulling in cash from a variety of other sources including government subsidies, crowdfunding, tax designations, donations and sales of merchandise, according to a new report by CEU’s Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS) that dissects the business of misinformation in six Eastern European countries.
The CMDS Director will join a panel to discuss the importance of free and independent media at the UNESCO-hosted event.
Marius Dragomir, Director of CMDS has been appointed as a member of the MSI-REF of the Council of Europe.
ICIJ revealed how Africa’s wealthiest woman moved hundreds of millions of dollars in public money out of one of the poorest countries.
Marius Dragomir, director of Center for Media, Data and Society at CEU, helped advise Facebook on how to identify state-controlled media.
Misinformation has flooded the Indonesian internet in recent years. The government’s response will only shrink the space for online news content.
The leak reveals the operations manual for running the mass detention camps in Xinjiang.
Romania’s media market seems vibrant, but in reality, independent journalism struggles.
The issue of content regulation has always been important in India, due to the country’s diverse population.