Over the last decade, Australian audiences have witnessed the loss of much specialist TV, radio and digital content. Continual cuts are eroding the ability of the ABC to produce quality content and properly serve its Charter.
How much of what we do on Facebook influences the content we see, and how much of it is Facebook’s own rules? Are we underestimating the power of the largest social media network on the planet?
The African Freedom of Expression Exchange (AFEX) joins the Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS) to strongly condemn the arbitrary closure of Eye Radio station by the South Sudan National Security Service (NSS).
Press freedom groups and relatives of journalist Fernando Villavicencio, who recently announced his intention to run as an opposition party candidate for the National Assembly, say the charges demonstrate political prosecution.
In these critical times, which is fraught with anxiety, less regulation on the Thai media would allow it to perform a better role as information channels and provide spaces for civic discussion.
Mizzima Media Group is deeply concerned about the arrest and charging of Dr Than Htut Aung, CEO of the Eleven Media Group, and Wai Phyo, chief editor of Eleven Media Group.
Will a new draft law be the final nail in the coffin for Egypt's civil society?
Join CPJ and Amnesty International on 22 November in demanding the release of Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abou Zeid, also known as Shawkan, using the hashtag #FreeShawkan.
A reporter with the "Kantipur Daily" received a death threat over the publication of a news story about the President of Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mohamed faces the death penalty following a conviction on blasphemy charges.
Dharmendra Singh's colleagues said the Indian journalist's work could have been the motive for his murder. His reports on illegal stone-cutting, crime and corruption had led to some convictions.
No group has so far claimed responsibility for an attack on a journalist in Kalat city, Afghanistan. However, local journalists had received warnings from Taliban militants.
IAPA adds its support to U.S. citizens' right to film and photograph police activity under the country's First Amendment.
A Turkmenistan alternative radio correspondent experienced harrowing harassment by police and unidentified attackers over grocery store lineup pictures.
According to the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA), October in Palestine witnessed the lowest record of press freedom violations since the beginning of the year.
Why are the few women in Burma holding high media positions always found in English-language outlets?
In September 2015, a coalition of international and Australian human rights groups launched a campaign on behalf of Kurdish Iranian journalist Behrouz Boochani, then held in immigration detention on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea (PNG) where he had been sent by Australian officials against his will.
New UN Special Rapporteur discusses censoring women online, Facebook contradictions and "legal deterioration by imitation".
In the lead-up to its first direct presidential elections in 16 years independent media outlets have encountered serious barriers to reporting. These include campaign finance laws that obstruct journalists' access to key information; and the proliferation of false information, hate speech, and internet trolls, as well as their influence on the free flow of information to citizens.
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Omani writer Abdullah Habib, 53, was sentenced in relation to his writings on Facebook. He was charged with violating Article 19 of the Information Technology Crimes Act for “using the Internet in what would prejudice the state public order.”