This blog post is part of a series by Chioma Nwaodike, a lawyer from Nigeria who is currently an Atlas Corps Internet Policy Fellow at Internews.Read more
Opinions & Editorials
'Don’t write off radio just yet; the evidence points to a socially critical role for this sector for some years to come'
A new book, In the Service of Power: Media Capture and the Threat to Democracy, edited by Anya Schiffrin, posits that media capture is now a primary strategic approach for autocrats and kleptocrats and threatens democracy in every corner of the world.
The government and organizations active in Puerto Rico need to make every effort to put communities and their unique needs at the center of the response and recovery efforts.
(This editorial was originally published in the Independent - iNews)
Maine’s economy and our nation’s security have become more dependent on the rest of the world than ever before.
In their annual Freedom in the World survey, Freedom House reports that 2016 is the 10th consecutive year of decline in global freedom.
Access to information is a fundamental freedom. That’s the central theme of this year’s World Press Freedom Day, on May 3.
Facebook has announced that it is teaming up with the French company