Realizan exitoso seminario sobre pluralismo en televisión

20 August 2015 / By La Serena Online La actividad se desarrolló en el marco de las transformaciones impulsadas por la nueva Ley de TV Digital. Directores y representantes de canales regionales de TV, periodistas y estudiantes, realizadores audiovisuales y autoridades locales, asistieron al seminario denominado “Pluralismo, regiones y desafíos de la comunicación”, organizado por…

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Rustavi 2 Case: Attempted Subordination of Georgian Media?

13 August 2015 / By Zviad Adzinbaia, Georgia Today. Georgia’s largest TV Company and the country’s leading media organization Rustavi 2 is under attack. 100% of the company’s shares were sequestered on behalf of Georgian businessman Kibar Khalvashi- who filed a lawsuit to attempt to regain his share of the company on August 7. The…

Send in the robots: automated journalism and its potential impact on media pluralism (1)

14 August 2010 / By Pieter-Jan Ombelet Resources for investigative journalism are diminishing. In the digital age, this was a foreseeable evolution: publishers typically regard these pieces as time-consuming and expensive, and the results of the research are often unpredictable and potentially disappointing. In this first of two posts, Pieter-Jan Ombelet of the KU Leuven…