With international media, it’s hard to say if cultural ties create divisions in news and if technology is enough to create convergence.
Yemen’s humanitarian crisis has been difficult to cover, as journalists are having trouble gaining access to the country.
In the Western World, former Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin is largely remembered for leading an oppressive regime under which millions of Soviets died. However, according to a survey released by Russia’s Levada Center last month, 38 percent of Russians consider Stalin to be the
Sudan has struggled with press freedom in the past, but the recent arrest of Amal Habani is just another testament to that.
In handling of certain events like Fukushima, the UN found that the had state pressured the press about coverage.
Egypt recently banned 21 news sites, prompting concerns from press freedom organizations all over the world.
It has been almost a year since Turkey’s 2016 coup, but journalists there still face a hostile government and threats of jail time.
Media panels in honor of #WorldPressFreedomDay, hosted by the National Press Club, focused on the importance of local journalism.
See what you missed this week: From France and India, to Turkey and Venezuela.
On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists released its latest “Attacks on the Press” anthology. The theme this year: Repression 2.0. The compilation, which features nearly two dozen short pieces by prominent journalists and media figures, aims to be a comprehensive account of the challenges