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Captured News Media: The Case of Turkey

Why are so many countries failing to create independent media that contribute to democracy and economic progress?  That is a big and complex question, but we at the Center for International Media Assistance suggest that one piece of the answer may be found in a concept known as ...

The Politics of Media Development

The Center for International Media Assistance is pleased to release The Politics of Media Development: The Importance of Engaging Government and Civil Society, By Paul Rothman of CIMA’s staff.  In the field of media development, the public sector is often viewed as a barrie...

Official Development Assistance for Media: Figures and F...

The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are pleased to release, Official Development Assistance for Media: Figures and Findings, by Eduardo González Cauhapé-Cazaux, a development expert recentl...

U.S. Government Funding for Media: Trends and Strategies

CIMA announces the release of its most recent report, U.S. Government Funding for Media: Trends and Strategies, by veteran journalist Peter Cary and CIMA’s project coordinator for research Rosemary D’Amour. It is based on an in-depth examination of proposals for media develop...

Global Investigative Journalism: Strategies for Support

Fueled by globalization, international aid, and the efforts of journalism groups, the worldwide practice of investigative reporting has grown dramatically since the fall of communism began in 1989. Given the field’s rapid growth, in 2012 CIMA updated and expanded its research a...

Investigative Reporting in Emerging Democracies: Models,...

In the past few years, there has been a renewed and perhaps greater emphasis in investigative reporting by the development world and donors. This stems from both the irresistible lure of supporting courageous investigative media that can oust a prime minister or drive out corrupt...