Audit Results: Television Measurements In Armenia Cannot Be Considered Valid
The Blurred Line Between Free Speech And Insults
The Ministry Of Defense Considers The Information Published By The Human Rights Defender To Be Confidential
Abandoned Political Twitter
“People Instinctively, At The Cellular Level, Feel That The Media Is Deceiving Them”
The Course On The Coverage of COVID-19 And Other Epidemics Helps To Understand The Nuances Of The Topic
Hrant Dink’s Life, Struggle And Death As Museum Material
Contradictory Statements By The Authorities About The Enclaves
Telegram And Other Messengers Are At Risk In Armenia
“The Language Of Political Enmity Has Always Existed In Armenia”
The World Press Freedom Index And The Reality In Armenia
Law Enforcement “Concerns” About The Protests Were Not Substantiated
World Press Day: Assessments Of The Armenian Media
An Issue With The Stage: From Statues To The Media
“I Would Recommend That Armenian Journalists Create Small Media Startups”
The Head Of The State Security Service Kicked A Cameraman Who Was Filming The Opposition Rally
Media Responsibility And The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
Contradictory Statements About The Tragic Accident
Public TV Reported On The Torchlight Procession Two Days Later
The Baku-Ukraine “Zangezur is Azerbaijan” Protests Are Fabricated
There Are No Common Prices And Discounts In The Field Of Advertising: The MSU Proposed Setting Up Legal Regulations զեղչեր չկան․ ՄՊՀ-ն առաջարկել է օրենքով կարգավորել
The Victim Of Hybrid Journalism Is The Truth
Manipulations And Myths Regarding The Historical Documents Of The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Settlement
Criticism Of The State Department Was Not Mentioned On Channel 1
According To Freedom House, Armenia Has Fallen Behind In The Field Of Free Media
A Memorandum Was Signed For Radical Changes In Media Legislation
Crimes With Legal Weapons Are Few, But The Number Of People Carrying Weapons Is Secret
Regional Radio Has A Future, But Almost No One Believes In It
Women In Armenian And Foreign Armies: Numbers And Statistics
“There Are Few People In The Armenian Media Who Are Not The Mouthpieces Of This Or That Political Party”
The Provision To Terminate A Journalist’s Accreditation Shouldn’t Be Part Of Media Law