Effectiveness

Publications

Cash for Coverage: Bribery of Journalists Around the Wor...

CIMA is pleased to release a new report, Cash for Coverage: Bribery of Journalists Around the World, by Bill Ristow, a journalist and international journalism trainer based in Seattle. The bribery of journalists is a serious problem for the profession worldwide. Some journalists,...

Evaluating the Evaluators: Media Freedom Indexes and Wha...

In cooperation with the Center for Global Communication Studies at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication, CIMA is pleased to publish this report. All over the world, studies that rank countries by media freedom figure prominently in civil liberties...

Shifting Sands: The Impact of Satellite TV on Media in t...

Shifting Sands: The Impact of Satellite TV on Media in the Arab World, by Deborah Horan, a veteran journalist with extensive experience reporting from the Middle East. Today, media in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are freer than they were a decade ago, with a proliferat...

Good But How Good?: Monitoring and Evaluation of Media A...

While media assistance boomed in the 1990s, few of the so-called “media missionaries” stopped to do the grunt work: monitoring and evaluation. Since then, donors and implementers in the media assistance field have shown a growing appreciation for the importance of M&E, an...