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12 Jan

Saving Journalism: New Report Examines Global Initiatives for Media in the Post-COVID World

By Anya Schiffrin Dozens of plans to help save journalism have emerged since the COVID-19 pandemic decimated media outlets ...

08 Dec

Algorithms, Labels, and Regulation: How Internet Policy Affects News Media

By Daryna Sterina Twitter, Facebook, or YouTube: for many people, these platforms are an important gateway to news and info...

19 May

Local radio stations in Africa prove resilient amid COVID-19

By Mary Myers, Nicola Harford, and Martin Ssemakula Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, radio remains a dominant source of news ...

14 Apr

Global media organizations can build resilience to the coronavirus crisis by showing reporters they care

By Cristi Hegranes and Laxmi Parthasarathy In late January, the government of Mongolia imposed a nationwide lockdown to hal...

17 Dec

“POFMA,” Politics, and the Press in Singapore

By Jonathan Hew Prompted by global concerns around “fake news,” Singapore has joined a growing list of governments that...

25 Sep

Information Laundering and Globalized Media — Part II: Solutions?

By Noah Arjomand In May 2018, A Washington Post fact-check of the US government’s reasons for withdrawing from the Joint ...

20 Aug

Information Laundering and Globalized Media — Part I: The Problem

By Noah Arjomand Money laundering is a familiar story: “dirty money” generated through illicit means must be “cleaned...

06 Aug

Declining public support for media freedom in Africa: What does it mean for democratic values on the continent?

By Jeff Conroy-Krutz & Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye Sanny Media liberalization and the emergence of independent media outl...

22 Jul

When Media Capture Backfires: Local Elections and Digital Media in Turkey

Duygu Güvenç and Jérémie Langlois Turkey captivated the world’s attention recently as President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan...