The past decade has delivered a real turnaround in the Hungarian media landscape on both the right and the left. During the regime change, a number of well-funded foreign investors with media expertise appeared in Hungary; the German Axel-Springer and Bertelsmann along with the Swiss Ringier dominated Hungarian media for two decades. The study points out that, to this day, Hungary’s biggest daily tabloid, Blikk, is published by Axel-Springer. In 2014, Central Csoport –owned by the presumably left-wing, Hungarian billionaire, Zoltán Varga-- bought stakes in Sanoma. The Centrál Médiacsoport Zrt. currently publishes 24.hu, one of the biggest liberal news portals with millions of readers; they also have a large stake in the political and economic magazine, HVG, which exists both online and in print. One of the major players in the Hungarian media landscape, Mediaworks Hungary Zrt., came under domestic ownership in 2014 as well; its portfolio consists of daily county-based newspapers, economic journals, fashion, lifestyle, and tabloid papers, as well as national dailies and online portals reporting on the public sphere such as Világgazdaság, Magyar Nemzet, and Mandiner. One of the most significant online portals, Origó.hu, also ended up in Hungarian hands in 2015 when New Wave Media Kft. bought it from Magyar Telekom, which is majority-owned by the German Deutsche Telekom. The Médianéző Központ evaluation highlights the substantial presence of foreign entities in Hungarian TV given that RTL Group owns and broadcasts RTL Klub-- the country’s most watched news program-- along with several other major cable channels. However, the Hungarian-owned TV2 Group operates the other dominant national channel TV2, serving as the main competitor of RTL Klub. The analysis shows that in the market of politically decisive media, in terms of the number of press products, 95% are currently Hungarian-owned.