Posts Tagged: media
The Ethiopian government is cracking down on journalists and NGOs. Where's the outrage from the international community?
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani promised greater media freedom. So, why are so many journalists in prison and the overall rights situation deteriorating?
Many entertainment figures, like George Clooney, have entered the world of punditry. But what happens when a pundit goes the other way?
In response to popular pressures, the Algerian regime is making gestures toward reform. But the real problem is the regime itself.
After eight years, the Spanish court case against three U.S. soldiers responsible for the murder of cameraman Jose Couso continues in spite of heavy U.S. pressure. But could the testimony of a former Army eavesdropper provide the final push to conviction?
Media caution and skepticism are in short supply.
Newspapers are trying to catch up with the revolution that WikiLeaks began.
Since the 1994 coup d'etat that saw President Yahya Jammeh rise to power, the Gambian media has been forced to work under repressive and restrictive conditions.
A review of Brand New China: Advertising, Media, and Commercial Culture by Jing Wang.
Roumen Yanovski from ACCESS, Sofia, Bulgaria, compares the fates of both ethnic Turks and Roma in Bulgaria, posing questions on national identity, social reform, present day media, and history.