A Turkish journalist spent one year in prison, and talked to MediaFile about his experiences as we awaits trial in April.
Recent events in Israel could be troubling to some press freedom watchers
It has been almost a year since Turkey’s 2016 coup, but journalists there still face a hostile government and threats of jail time.
At least 74 journalists have lost their lives in connection with their work in 2016, nearly three quarters of whom were likely deliberately targeted. That’s according to the latest report from Reporters Sans Frontières (Reporters Without Borders), an international organization and advocacy group dedicated to
Russia banned LinkedIn on Thursday, after Microsoft-owned social network failed to comply with the a 2014 law regarding Russian user data collection. The ban was exacted by Roskomnadzor, the government’s communications regulation agency. Roskomnazdor issued a statement, in Russian, regarding the decision. It cited the
Yesterday, the Newseum, together with Reporters without Borders, unveiled a banner on the front of the museum in honor of American freelance journalist Austin Tice who has been held captive in Syria since 2012. Tice is the only American journalist held captive abroad. He was one
On Wednesday night, Delphine Halgand, the U.S. Director of Reporters Without Borders, spoke to students at The George Washington University about the importance of press freedom in the international community. The event was jointly hosted by MediaFile and George Washington’s International Affairs Society. The French-national
Reporters Without Borders Urges UK to Charge Political Leader with Instigating Attack on Pakistani TV Station
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is calling on the United Kingdom to formally charge London-based political leader Altaf Hussain with instigating an attack against Pakistani broadcast network ARY News and the Karachi Press Club. An August 22nd raid left reporters and cameramen from Samaa TV, Neo