Hungarian Media Interviews at CEU's 20th Anniversary
CEU's 20th anniversary attracted considerable media attention in Hungary. Highlights include the interviews given by President and Rector John Shattuck to the following media. For the English translations, please click on the headings below. For more Hungarian and international news items about CEU's 20th anniversary, please visit http://20.ceu.hu/press
May 21, 2011
HVG is a color 80-100 page Hungarian liberal political and economic weekly that styles itself as the Hungarian Economist. Its circulation is 80,000 and its readership is around 200,000 consisting mostly of the opinion forming and intellectual elite. It has several key sections, such as the two-page "Interview" section in the middle, which portray prominent personalities and/or issues of the day.
June 1, 2011
More than 500 people— public figures, politicians, artists and influential individuals—have been guests of Alinda Veiszer at this 50-minute discussion program about life, career and achievements. The popular late-night pre-recorded program has been running for 5 years on the Hungarian National Television’s second channel (M2). Alinda Veiszer is the recipient of several awards, among them the Prima Primissima Prize (Hungarian Media category, 2010).
June 15, 2011
“180 perc” is a 180-minute morning program on the Hungarian National Radio’s Kossuth Channel. It is the channel’s most popular program with over a million listeners each day. Topics include actualities from politics to culture and arts.
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