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24 Feb

How Big Tech’s Content Moderation Policies Could...

By Gideon Sarpong Social media advocates have historically lauded its ability to facilitate democratic progress by conne...

12 Jan

Saving Journalism: New Report Examines Global Init...

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

22 Dec

Donor Support to Independent Media During the COVI...

This post is the second of a two-part series recapping CIMA-moderated panels held as part of Carleton University’s “...

08 Dec

Algorithms, Labels, and Regulation: How Internet P...

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

24 Nov

Independent Media and the Pandemic: Lessons from t...

This post is the first of a two-part series recapping CIMA-moderated panels held as part of Carleton University’s “J...

13 Aug

Fighting on Two Fronts: Journalists in the Philipp...

For journalists in the Philippines, the battle against disinformation occurs on two fronts: online and in the courtroom....

19 May

Local radio stations in Africa prove resilient ami...

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

07 May

Women Producing the News: Workplace inequality and...

This is the first in a series of posts on women and media development. When you imagine a journalist or news anchor what...

14 Apr

Global media organizations can build resilience to...

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

31 Mar

A red flag for democracy as press freedom worldwid...

As cases of COVID-19 continue to spike across the world, news consumption has accelerated at unprecedented rates. Audien...

09 Jan

A Decade of Closing Space in Hungary: Joint Report...

Thousands took to the streets of Budapest in the close of 2019, protesting Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s most recent ...

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 t...