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Media Capture in Europe - Reports

An accurate overview on the worrying media capture phenomenon that is occurring in Europe, and mostly in its Eastern part, with useful theoretical instruments to understand several dangerous forms of interference in the media sphere

Bulgaria: media ownership in a “captured state” - Reports

A report on the fact-finding mission by ECPMF and OBCT on Bulgaria’s media ownership structures and their implications for media freedom

Nations in Transit 2018 – Hungary Country report - Reports

The “Nations in Transit” report on Hungary by Freedom House (2018) provides an overview of the country’s democratic institutions, including a section devoted to independent media 

Macedonia: High Time to Protect Media Freedom - Reports

In a joint mission organized in April 2017 monitored the situation of press freedom and journalists' safety in Macedonia, against the background of a political crisis that worsened what could already be defined as a situation of media captured by political power

Measuring media realities. Media Clientelism Index 2016 - Reports

Clientelism, politicization and corruption hold media captured and prevent them from carrying out their watchdog role. Media Clientelism Index assesses the situation in 6 countries of South East Europe

Media Oligarchs go Shopping - Reports

RSF new report focuses on the impact of money’s "invisible prisons" on journalism, examining how oligarchs capture information across the world

Captured News Media: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro - Reports

An analysis of media capture by state-powers and its impact on media freedom in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia 

Articles of asphyxiation. Soft censorship in Hungary - Reports

This report highlights the latest developments in the Hungarian media landscape by considering Soft Censorship practices such as state advertising, captured channels, bribery and payments as well as by esaminating regulatory and administrative pressures on the media