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Curbing Media, Crippling Debate: Soft Censorship in Bulg...

CIMA, along with the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the South East Europe Media Organization, is pleased to release Curbing Media, Crippling Debate: Soft Censorship in Bulgaria. Soft censorship is used to promote positive coverage of offi...

Journalist Security in the Digital World: A Survey - Are...

As journalists around the world have become more vulnerable, their need for security tools has grown exponentially. There is no question that the digital world has made journalism a riskier profession. But it can also make it safer. Digital technology can offer tools to minimize ...

Rethinking Public Service Broadcasting’s Place in Inte...

In today’s media world of almost limitless channels of information and avenues for citizens to express themselves online, the idea of publicly funded, independently operated radio and television might seem to belong in a bygone era. Yet international donors who support the dev...

Media in Latin America: A Path Forward

The Center for International Media Assistance and Deutsche Welle Akademie have launched a series of regional consultations with media stakeholders–civil society and media watchdog NGOs, broadcast regulators, academics, media industry representatives, government officials, and o...