MOSCOW -- A Budapest court has transferred more than $27 million worth of state-owned film studios and other property to Hungary's new film fund.
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The departure of one of the top execs at Hungary's Magyar Televizio, and the pubcaster's refusal to reinstate reporters who went on a hunger strike over alleged political meddling in news coverage…
On Nov. 21, Hungarian lawmakers passed amendments to the country's film law, which industry insiders and analysts are touting as a game-changer that stands to reform and possibly reinvigorate the…
After months of debate, the Hungarian parliament has passed modifications to the Hungarian Film Law, which has dramatically reformed the local cinema industry and is expected to change the way movies…
The terms for the boards of trustees of Hungary's state-owned satellite channel Duna TV and broadcast regulator ORTT were due to expire Sunday, so Socialist Prime Minister Peter Medgyessy named…
Imre Ragats, longtime executive for Hungary's ailing state television network MTV, has been elected the net's chairman by the Hungarian Television Public Foundation.
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