English-language Media in Hungary
Information about local and international English-language print and broadcast media that is available in Hungary and Budapest...
There are some English-language newspapers and magazines, but no dedicated radio stations for foreigners living in Hungary. There are also a range of online media resources. Many international newspapers are sold at shops and news-stands, particularly in those belonging to the network of Relay, Immedio or Pavilonhaz.
Most major publications are available online as well as in print. For a more portable digital version, apps like the Mail Plus App from the UK's Daily Mail Group allow the latest news to be read on a phone or tablet, often for much less than the cost of a subscription.
Budapest Times: Independent weekly English-language newspaper featuring articles on business, politics, culture, health, the economy and restaurants.
Budapest Panorama: Culture, leisure and entertainment magazine for visitors and residents in Budapest.
Diplomat Magazine: Monthly bilingual print and online magazine, with online articles about Hungary and other countries, international relations, tourism, culture, art, lifestyle and more.
Funzine: News and information about sports, travel, tourism, accommodation, events and culture in Budapest. Printed every two weeks, the magazine is available from restaurants, bars, tourist offices and cultural centres in the city.
Trade Magazine: Provides monthly information about the market of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG).
Best of Budapest: Information about dining, accommodation, travel and events in Budapest.
Budapest Business Journal: Information about Hungarian business, economy and finance.
All Hungary Media Group: Hungarian foreign language media network with a number of websites featuring content about Hungary in general, Budapest, politics and real estate.
Hungary Around the Clock: Daily news in English about Hungary.
Hungary News: News service for foreigners living in Hungary.
Portfolio: Online financial journal providing information about the economy, property, taxes, energy and companies.
The only radio station broadcasting in English is EPER on FM97 (University Radio of the city of Pest). This is a community station with broadcasts by students and teachers of the University, or from other higher education institutions. English broadcasting takes place every Saturday at 09:00 CET.