The Icelandic press has generally been considered – at least by outsiders – as free from corruption and editorial bias. But is it?
Earlier this week, one of the editors of the widely-read newspaper… 177 more words
I spent a large part of 2011 and 2012 compiling a day by day detailed report of journalists who had been arrested at Occupy protests… 689 more words
The West African Journalists Association (WAJA) has extended its condolences and solidarity with the governments and peoples in the sub-region affected by the Ebola outbreak, and calls on the media to double its support in fighting back the virus. 626 more words
Note: This is an old article was originally published in IndiaFacts: The Marxist Devil is Real and He hates Free Speech
Lots of politicians and their supporters have been hurling “paid media” allegations at media houses lately, but this is not about that. 1,389 more words
I couldn’t sleep after receiving an email around midnight one day in early June. It was from Victoria, an editor at RIA Novosti newswire in Moscow. 1,174 more words
We shall see where this leads. Will the press remain a loyalist to Obama? The Internet bloggers are next on his list. One to pay attention to. 187 more words