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World News Day 2022: Join the global campaign to show journalism’s value

2022-06-29. A concerted effort to show the worth of fact-based journalism will take place on 28 September when over 500 newsrooms worldwide get behind...

Battling The ‘Devil’s Megaphone’

By East-West Center Nobel Peace Prize laureate and press freedom champion Maria Ressa wasn’t intending to make breaking news when she planned her keynote address at...

Five RSF proposals presented at G7 Media Ministers Meeting in Bonn (Germany)

Invited to the G7 summit of culture and media ministers by the German presidency, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Secretary-General Christophe Deloire presented RSF's proposals...

5 problems from a digital world that can be solved with personalisation

2022-06-15. Personalisation is an outstanding tool for news publishers willing to provide the best online reading experience to their users and subscribers. However, with...

One month after Shireen Abu Akleh’s murder, no independent international investigation, no justice for journalists

Al Jazeera TV reporter Shireen Abu Akleh was fatally shot in the West Bank city of Jenin exactly one month ago. Although a proper investigation into her...

It’s time to get everyone focused on finding the solution to a sustainable future

2022-06-10. As media outlets in the UK continue to grapple with the systemic issues of structural change and print declines, the UK government has...

New UK centre will help fight information war

A new centre aims to boost the UK's security through building expertise in cutting-edge technology. The Centre for Emerging Technology and Security (CETaS) will be...

Brazil : Mounting concern about British journalist missing in Brazilian Amazon

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Brazilian authorities to redouble their efforts to locate Dom Phillips, a British journalist, and Bruno Araújo Pereira, a Brazilian...

Mentors and peers provide essential support for women journalists to thrive

2022-06-04. For women to feel empowered in newsrooms, it is imperative to get support from a network of like-minded peers and mentors, more so...

Who will be next in Indian police persecution of Kashmir magazine’s journalists?

The interim editor of The Kashmir Walla, an online magazine in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, has been summoned by this northern region’s counter-terrorism agency over...

Viewfinder: A new lens for South African investigative journalism

2022-06-02. Quality, in-depth journalism may seem more elusive than ever, as breaking news, clickbait and churnalism continue to dominate news production globally. Sometimes it’s...