There is an action trying to implement the narrative of the persecution of Russians because of Sergei Seredenko’s detention at the beginning of March.
During the last month, there was a lot of talk in the Estonian media about the appearance of Estonian politicians in the Russian media, conspiracy theories related to the coronavirus, as well as the attention received by two Master’s theses.
European Media Literacy Week started on Monday and part of it is a test, which measures your resistance to information disorder measures and the e-course connecting environment Desinfotest.ee.
Propastop presents its position on the appearance of Estonian politicians on Russian propaganda television. Why are we opposed to these types of appearances?
In the section “Propastop Library”, you can get an overview of webinars from Estonia and the world, where the pandemic, vaccination and communication topics are covered.
On a day when Estonian society is facing major closure and isolation lasting at least a month, it is appropriate to look at the role of the media as a stabilizer and provider of security.
The opinion story of journalist Pavel Ivanov draws parallels between the two Sputniks, the vaccine and the propaganda channel. The Estonian Russian-language press attitudes are similar towards both.
Most of us know what Facebook Messenger and Twitter are, and many also use WhatsApp as well as Signal, but surprisingly little has been said about the messaging exchange environment, Telegram.
In January, the Estonian media wrote about the formation of concepts and meanings, the Navalny process and its media coverage in Russia, as well as the need for more official fact-checking.
On Tuesday afternoon, RIA Novost published news from the news portal sputnikmeedia.ee launched in Estonia and created by the former editor-in-chief of Sputnik Estonia, Elena Cherysheva (Tšerõševa).