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Idiot of the Week: Gianni Infantino

When the world is mad at Russia for invading Ukraine, bombing its buildings and killing its people, companies leave Russia…

2 months ago

Media in Figures. 70% of Journalists Expect Fall in Ad Revenues Triggered By War in Ukraine

Interesting statistics extracted from cool studies and research projects about media and journalism 25 March 2022 Some 70% of journalists…

2 months ago

State Media: Move Fast and Label Things

Dominant thanks to their privileged status and special funding arrangements, state media play a disproportionately high role in shaping narratives,…

3 months ago

Hungarian Government Uses the War in Ukraine As Electoral Propaganda

With only a month or so to go before national elections in Hungary, Fidesz, the political party of the country’s…

3 months ago

Media in Figures: TikTok To Grow To Almost One Billion Users by 2025

Interesting statistics extracted from cool studies and research projects about media and journalism Within four years, Facebook will remain the…

3 months ago

Media in Figures: Highest Number of State Controlled Media in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia

Interesting statistics extracted from cool studies and research projects about media and journalism The highest number of state-controlled media outlets…

3 months ago

Researching Media Development Impact: Puzzling Findings

Spending on media development has increased during the past decade, but there is little evidence, if any, that this support…

3 months ago

Idiot of the Week: Novak Djokovic

People in the Balkans, the region where the tennis player Novak Djokovic comes from, know the type. Do anything you…

4 months ago

Lord Martin Callanan

We do not give the title of Idiot of the week to people for expressing their opinions, however outrageous they…

6 months ago

The Sorry, Sorry State of State Media

In a study released recently, Marius Dragomir introduces a new tool to assess the editorial independence of the world’s state media and…

6 months ago