By Temigunga Mahondo, Radio Trainer, Internews in TanzaniaRead more
Business of media
Internews' United for News project.
By Temigunga Mahondo
When Jacob Mwenga said that the Boresha Habari program saved his station from collapse, I thought he was overstating the intervention.
Internews is welcoming applications from a variety of media producers, including radio and print media outlets, web-based platforms, digital hyperlocal information providers, and CSOs that are developing “media arms” of their operations through citizen journalism based in Jordan for its small gra
Summit Snapshot 19:DC: How Vital Ad Financing is to a Robust Fourth Estate – Brand Safety and a Future for News Gathering & Reporting
Big Idea: Brand aversion to controversy in the digital realm has had the effect of steering ads away from hard news content – even as consumer attention is drawn to such content. The ramifications – on journalism and beyond – is alarming.
By Andy Plesser, Owner, Beet.TV
More than 500 people, including speakers and participants from nine different countries, came together at the end of April in the Kyrgyz Republic to participate in the second Media Toptoo Industrial Forum, an event focused on market trends in the media sphere.
In this highly competitive era of technology, radio stations must be well equipped to be able to provide timely and accurate information and become a platform for rural communities to communicate with authorities.
Navigating in a World of Imbalance