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NewsDay is third most popular website on mobile in Zimbabwe

09/04/2014

The NewsDay website has been ranked as the third most accessed online platform on mobile devices in Zimbabwe after facebook.com and google.com. Opera Software’s latest State of the Mobile Web report ranked www.newsday.co.zw ahead of international sites like twitter.com, yahoo.com and youtube.com. Vincent Kahiya, Editor-in-Chief of NewsDay’s publishing company Alpha Media Holdings, said: “This is […]


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Ukraine media exhausted but optimistic

03/04/2014

MDIF clients from across Ukraine provided audiences with incisive coverage of the dramatic events that rocked their country, from the early Maidan protests to Crimea’s vote to join Russia. Now they are turning their attention to the May Presidential election with a sense of responsibility and optimism.


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Study finds El Periódico impacts positively on Guatemalan society

02/04/2014

Independent daily El Periódico nurtures democratic institutions, implements best journalism practices and has a positive impact on the community. These were among the findings of a pilot study of the impact the investigative daily has on society. Last year, a team of Masters students from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) in […]


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European Press Prizes recognise continent’s best journalism

27/03/2014

Journalists from Russia, Turkey and Croatia were among those honoured by the European Press Prize at a special ceremony in London on 17 March. The annual prize promotes the role of journalism in democracy and society by recognising the best journalism from across the 47 countries of Europe. The winners were selected by a panel […]


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A forgotten crime: Montenegro’s double-dealing on the media

06/02/2014

The EUObserver has published an article by Zeljko Ivanovic, the founder and director of the daily Vijesti, calling on the EU to take action to end the campaign of violence and intimidation against independent media in Montenegro. The article coincides with a speech by European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy Štefan Füle about Montenegro’s progress […]