You can browse any news portal, while Youtube and social media websites are also freely accessible in Hungary, including international profiles.
For non-Hungarians there are also some local newspapers available in foreign languages, such as the Budapest Times in English, Budapester Zeitung in German or Le Journal Francophone de Budapest in French. And in case you can’t go without them, the best-known international newspapers and magazines are also available at major newsstands and foreign-language bookshops.
To keep up-to-date with what there is to do and see in Hungary, pick up a copy of Funzine, an English-language programmes and events magazine, or read it online. It is free and available at many hotels, restaurants, clubs, cafés and universities.
With a cable or a satellite tuner you can receive most European channels. But a good way to learn the Hungarian language is through watching the national channels: