Serving drinks in a pub, being the token-Roma civil servant, helping the government propaganda, working as a political consultant for an opposition party, emigrating to England or teaching languages – different ways former Roma journalists are trying to survive the total changes of the Hungarian media. We all worked together at the first Roma Radio channel in Europe more than ten years ago at the RadioC. We worked against prejudice and injustice, and we would do the same now, but the place where we could work is not there anymore; the radio has been in silence for many years. The majority of the media is influenced by the government in one way or the other. The independent and free media is so small that many of us just dropped out in the last 8+ years. It was important for me to create this series to show, even just to myself, that there had been times when Roma journalism was a possibility, and there had been a time when I could work with these incredibly talented people.