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  • On the screen (MD2018/2)

    On the screen (MD2018/2)

    On the Screen: Saarbrücken, Berlin, Fribourg 2018

    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • Ethics in education is the key to sustainable development

    Ethics in education is the key to sustainable development

    It is an honour and a great responsibility to assist and guide young people, students and researchers as educators. The challenge, however, for those who teach is to undergo a radical rethink about what and how we teach young people to enable them to emerge as thought leaders and responsible citizens of the world, equipped with skills and knowledge to protect the environment, advance cultures, progress history and preserve the human ecology – body, mind and soul.

    Obiora Ike
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • Radio Progreso defends human rights in Honduras

    Radio Progreso defends human rights in Honduras

    The following interview with Fr Ismael Moreno, Director of Radio Progreso, took place at the end of 2017. Radio Progreso is a Jesuit radio station based in Honduras, Central America.

    Sean Hawkey
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • Investigative journalism in a dangerous country

    Investigative journalism in a dangerous country

    Adela Navarro is director of the weekly news magazine Zeta, one of the only outlets in Mexico regularly reporting on drug trafficking, government corruption, and organized crime. Over a 27 year career, Navarro has seen colleagues killed for their reporting, and lives and works under constant threat. On 13 September 2017 Navarro joined PEN and the Ryerson University International Issues Discussion Series to give a lecture entitled “Investigative Journalism in a Dangerous Country”.

    Adela Navarro
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • Journalists as democratic communication professionals

    Journalists as democratic communication professionals

    Public Journalism was a US-led reform movement that spread to newsrooms in at least 15 countries in the 1990s, which aimed to sustain a public sphere to which all citizens have access and in which all topics of concern to citizens can be articulated and deliberated.

    Rod Amner and Anthea Garman
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • AFP Editorial Standards and Best Practices

    AFP Editorial Standards and Best Practices

    Agence France-Presse (AFP) is the third largest news agency in the world, after the Associated Press and Reuters.

    Agence France-Presse
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • A new wave of public service journalism in Latin America

    A new wave of public service journalism in Latin America

    After several decades under a shroud of neglect, Latin American “public service journalism” is experiencing a much-needed resurgence. It can’t be found however, in the clickbait legacy commercial media. Instead, it can be found in the new breed of digitally native Latin American non-profit journalism. These organisations are profoundly changing the news ecology of the region.

    Antonio Castillo
    Posted: May 21, 2018

  • In the public interest: Public broadcasting in Germany and Europe under review

    In the public interest: Public broadcasting in Germany and Europe under review

    If the Public Broadcasting System in Germany did not already exist, it would have to be invented right now. That is the first proposition of a public appeal launched by a group of German media studies scientists in September 2017. The public concept for broadcasting, the scientists argue, is a systematic constituent of how democracy functions.

    Johanna Haberer
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • Too much razzmatazz – too few values?

    Too much razzmatazz – too few values?

    In the clamour and razzmatazz of our high-tech media, form tends to dominate content and everything has to turn in a quick profit. So can the spirit and values of public service journalism survive?

    Kathy Lowe
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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  • Ensuring the survival of professional journalism

    Ensuring the survival of professional journalism
    The founder of Time magazine, Henry R. Luce, would likely be stunned at the state of the magazine industry today.
    Debra L. Mason
    Posted: May 21, 2018
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