Newspapers: Staying relevant in the digital age

April 29, 2016 / By Gwen Lister, African Free Press After four decades in print, Gwen Lister says she’s been called a “dinosaur” because she was and remains a believer in newspapers – even in the face of the digital tsunami. Gwen Lister is the Founding Editor and currently Publisher of The Namibian newspaper. As the digital…

Pressure on media not to cover opposition election campaign

19 January 2015 / By Reporters Without Reporters Without Borders condemns attacks on media pluralism during the campaign for tomorrow’s presidential election in Zambia due to the ruling Patriotic Front’s harassment and threats against several news outlets. Media coverage has also been very partisan during the campaign, with the main opposition party, the United Party…

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La Ley de Medios, rehén de la polarización cultural

27 December, 2014 / By Por Victoria Pellegrinelli Pluralismo, medios oficiales y oficialistas. Una Ley de Medios con una autoridad de aplicación que actúa a conveniencia, voces que no pueden acceder a determinados medios de los dos lados. Así está el escenario en la Argentina de hoy. Un debate necesario para la república. —¿Cómo ven…