It was at the top, then was weakened several times, and finally picked itself up again – this is how people perceive the Hungarian media since the fall of socialism. The period up until 1991 was considered the media’s golden age, 1992 to 1994 a transitional phase, while the first years of the new millennium were seen as a low point. Since 1988, Ipsos has been surveying the population to find out to what extent they trust the media. We recorded a summary presentation given by leading pollster Tibor Závecz at a conference on “Journalism and ethical standards”, held at Budapest’s Goethe Institut. Take a look!