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The President of the NMHH attended an international press conference
The event brought together Hungarian and foreign experts, journalists and newspaper owners to discuss how media consumption habits have changed in the present day.
The Institute for Media Studies of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority launched a series of discussions entitled Media Myths
The main objective of the event is to give participants, mainly young people with an interest in the media, an insight into the challenges they can expect to face in this field.
Infocommunications Authority launches national campaign to develop digital skills of the elderly
When it comes to technology, people over 65 rely mainly on younger members of their family – which is why the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) is targeting both the elderly and their helpers in its latest communication campaign.
NMHH recognises students’ papers examining the virtual world
Fake news and information control, giant platforms and terrorist content, freedom of speech and user awareness – the most popular topics dealt with in the award-winning papers in the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) student competition were related to the legal issues in the expanding cyberspace.
Infocommunications is no longer just one of many sectors – the NMHH at Internet Hungary
Opened by Director-General of the NMHH Dr. Janka Aranyos Börcs in Siófok on 1 October, the 20th Internet Hungary conference was organized around the theme of games.
Frequency management: driving the economy for 50 years
Invisible to the general public but actually functioning as the engine of the communications sector and thus economic development, frequency management has been around for half a century. This was also discussed on 4 September at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) at the conference “50 Years of Frequency Management” featuring a number of NMHH speakers.
NMHH’s Institute for Media Studies recognises up-and-coming professionals for the fourth time
The Institute for Media Studies (MTMI) of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) bestowed awards upon talented students doing research on current issues of media and communications law along with their supervisors in the call for papers within the framework of the National Scientific Students’ Associations Conference.
On 12 December 2017 the Media Science Research Team of the Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences held a conference entitled ‘Mosaics of Media History’, where Paál Vince from the Institute for Media Studies presented in his capacity as a member of the Team a talk entitled The Debate in the House of Representatives about Articles Concerning the Press in the Csemegi Codex (Act V of 1878).
“Don’t ignore it! Report it!” — international hotline conference in Hungary
Book launch: ‘Current Issues in Copyright Law’
The NMHH Institute for Media Studies is organizing an event entitled ‘Current Issues in Copyright Law’, presenting the books on copyright published in the Media Science Library series of the Institute for Media Studies in 2016.