The news service of the Public TV did not refer to the incident in the National Assembly and not only

On September 16, the news service of the Public Television did not refer to the incident between the deputies of the “Bright Armenia” fraction and the security officer in the National Assembly. The deputies of the fraction tried to take to the NA session hall a poster “Take a step, leave boldly” demanding the resignation of Arayik Harutyunyan. Keep Reading

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The news service of the Public TV did not refer to the incident in the National Assembly and not only

On September 16, the news service of the Public Television did not refer to the incident between the deputies of the “Bright Armenia” fraction and the security officer in the National Assembly. The deputies of the fraction tried to take to the NA session hall a poster “Take a step, leave boldly” demanding the resignation of Arayik Harutyunyan. Keep Reading

The government uses media manipulation to create the desired public opinion. A. Yenokyan

Though the new authorities in Armenia are complaining about the attitude of the press, they possess both the craft of the media manipulations and huge resources. The main challenges that faces Armenia; the economic collapse, the security crisis, the new corruption, the complete loss of public administration in the press and the social networks do not receive needed feedback. The problem formulation is replaced by the show, secondary issues, media tricks, which leads to the fact that citizens simply are not informed about the real situation in the country.

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Blogger, public activist Narek Malyan was attacked

On the night of March 3, blogger and public activist Narek Malyan was attacked. About 10 young men attacked him, noting that their actions were conditioned by Narek Malyan’s blogging activity. They pushed him, tried to force him to move to another place, after which both the attackers and the blogger were taken to the police station. Keep Reading

Printed media coverage of the Artsakh issue

From February 12 to 21, 2019, the “Media Advocate” Initiative followed printed media coverage of the Artsakh issue. The leading Armenian newspapers have been monitored. They were selected from the list of the newspapers included in “Haypost”, which have a wide consumption and popularity among the society. Keep Reading

Printed media coverage of legal issues

From February 12 to 21, 2019, the “Media Advocate” Initiative followed printed media coverage of legal issues. The leading Armenian newspapers have been monitored. They were selected from the list of the newspapers included in “Haypost”, which have a wide consumption and popularity among the society. Keep Reading

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