Video: Exporting Hungary's Media Model

  • 22 Oct 2018 11:10 AM
Video: Exporting Hungary's Media Model
After a third successive landslide election victory this past April, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's dominance over Hungarian politics is clear. And with allies taking over previously critical news outlets, his influence over the Hungarian media seems equally unassailable.

 

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