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‘Partly free’? The real state of Israeli press freedom is much worse | +972 Magazine

Freedom House has downgraded its ranking of Israel’s media from “free” to “partly free,” citing closer ties to the government and a spike in paid media content. 23 more words


Journalists’ safety still the main issue plaguing media freedom in OSCE region

SARAJEVO – The safety of journalists remains the main threat to media freedom in the OSCE region, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović said today during her visit to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 517 more words


Myanmar media still repressed: watchdog

25 April, 2016 / By Nick Baker in Myanmar Times

Myanmar remains one of the most repressive media environments in the world, according to a new report.

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Press freedom declines further

We all know that the junta has tried to manage the media more than most recent regimes in Thailand. Press freedom has been wound back since the 2014 military coup, and according to Reporters Without Borders and its World Press Freedom Index, … 6 more words

Reporteros Sin Fronteras lamentó fin de la Ley de Medios y alertó por más concentración

April 20, 2016 / By Sebastián D. Penelli en Ámbito.com

La organización internacional Reporteros Sin Fronteras (RSF) lamentó la derogación de la Ley de Medios que ordenó el gobierno de Mauricio Macri y denunció que la nueva legislación que creó la Enacom “favorece” la concentración de medios en el país. 754 more words

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Media freedom is in decline in Croatia

20 April, 2016 / Vedran Pavlic in Total Croatia News

Media freedom deteriorated around the world last year, according to an annual report published by Reporters Without Borders. 285 more words


Media: To regulate or not (Part 2)

(You can read Part 1 here.)

In Part 2, we talk about the pro-regulation argument for media. Media is this sense covers everything from ads to maintream papers to radio and television and of course, the Internet. 508 more words