Alien media in Polandhttps://www.tttdebates.org/assets/NewspaperThumb326.png 326 326 Time To Talk Time To Talk https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/NewspaperThumb326.png
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The price of media dependency: the media, banks and offshore financinghttps://www.tttdebates.org/assets/New326-29.png 326 326 Time To Talk Time To Talk https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/New326-29.png
25 years after 1989: what has happened to media provision in Bulgaria?https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/newspapers150.jpg 163 150 Time To Talk Time To Talk https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/newspapers150.jpg
Shoot the messenger. A look at trust and distrust in the media.https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/New326-1.png 326 326 Time To Talk Time To Talk https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/New326-1.png
Trust & the media: who do you believe?https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/New326-9.png 326 326 Time To Talk Time To Talk https://www.tttdebates.org/assets/New326-9.png
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Battle of Ideas 2016: what is the truth about “post-factual politics”?https://www.tttdebates.org/wp-content/themes/osmosis/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg 150 150 Time To Talk Time To Talk https://www.tttdebates.org/wp-content/themes/osmosis/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg
On Sunday the 23rd October 2016, the Institute of Ideas and Newsweek held a debate on “post-factual politics”, asking what is the future of experts and whether their prominence doesn’t often remove some of the democratic accountability of decision-making. This debate formed part of the 2016 edition of the Battle of Ideas debates festival, which you can find more information…