Csaba Csetényi will reportedly be sidelined in the massive government advertising game in favor of other, newer pro-government media, who need the money.
State television station M1 cited Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as proof that George Soros is interfering in elections.
Schmidt’s weekly magazine Figyelő reportedly hired an IT company to access employee email accounts to determine if they had leaked subscription information to the press.
The incorporation of a new company suggests that Viktor Orbán’s former chief adviser may be preparing to buy the conservative news outlet.
According to the opposition party, Hungary’s state-owned electricity company spent large sums on promoting the controversial project in government-tied outlets.
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Ahead of a likely unprecedented triggering of Article 7, the Hungarian pro-government media is pretending nothing is happening.
Dudás said in April after Index was acquired by Lajos Simicska that he would leave the publication if any political pressure was exerted on him.
Content providers and industry experts warn the tax hike will result in irrevocable damage to Hungary’s independent media industry.
The sudden disappearance of the ubiquitous government ads have led to speculation that Hungary might be reconsidering its anti-EU campaign after demands from the European Commission and Fidesz’s European Parliament group.