Sustainability

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Media Feast, News Famine: Ten Global Advertising Trends ...

Even as citizens feast on an growing buffet of digital media choices, there is an increasing famine of credible, thorough, and independent nationally-focused news reporting. The former masks the latter as people worldwide now have access to an unlimited amount of entertainment th...

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...

Bad Practices, Bad Faith: Soft Censorship in Macedonia

CIMA is pleased to release Bad Practices, Bad Faith: Soft Censorship in Macedonia. CIMA and the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) have been cooperating in a campaign to raise awareness around the world of the insidious practice known as “soft” (...