Hungarian Politics: Present in the Journalistic Mix

March 2011
Nieman Reports;Spring2011, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p30
The article examines the situation of investigative journalism in Hungary. Most Hungarian journalists consider investigative reporting as a short-term occupation due to the censorship, persecution, and loss of job security associated with it. Investigative journalism continues to be seen in print and digital media through the support of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU) and the József Göbölyös "Soma" Foundation. The author also describes the progress of his career as an investigative reporter since 1996.


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