Delfi’s Lie Detector – the best fact-checking success story in Europe, will be introduced at international Facebook event

Delfi team from the project Lie Detector, which fact-checks the content distributed on social networks, has exposed a Russian propaganda network, through which disinformation and false facts about the Baltic states and the Western world are disseminated in a coordinated manner. This project was acknowledged as the greatest success story among all the European fact-checkers, […]


Results for digital subscriptions of AS Ekspress Grupp in Q4 2020

The number of digital subscriptions of the largest Baltic media group, AS Ekspress Grupp increased by 73% across all Baltic States and totalled 81 254 at the end of December. The number of digital subscriptions of AS Ekspress Meedia that publishes the news portal Delfi, newspapers Eesti Päevaleht, Maaleht, Eesti Ekspress and several popular magazines increased […]


Ekspress Grupp acquired a digital screen network in Latvia

On 4 January 2021, the largest Baltic media group AS Ekspress Grupp acquired the digital out-of-home (DOOH) screen network from the Latvian company SIA DIMAX in Riga, bringing the total number of digital screens of Ekspress Grupp located in Tallinn and Riga to 49. The agreement between the Latvian subsidiary of Ekspress Grupp SIA D […]


Delfi Lie Detector nominated among 9 best success cases in Europe

At the beginning of 2021, Facebook will announce the best European fact-checking success cases in Europe. The winner will be named in the event of Virtual Global Summit. Among 9 nominees there is news portal Delfi Lie Detector. In a result of fact-checking Russian content published on Facebook, Delfi team managed to uncover a Russian […]


Delfi recognised as Lithuanian news portal quoting the most expert sources is the Lithuanian media portal where expert sources are quoted the most actively; between August and October 2020, experts were quoted precisely 241 times. These numbers became clear after media monitoring has been carried out by the Lithuanian Journalism Centre, which aimed at revealing the tendencies of quoting expert sources in the Lithuanian media. […]