Category: Predators of the Press

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Predators of the Press

By Michelle Rowe-Jardine and Kit Kolbegger Every year, there are hundred of attacks on journalism around the world, ranging in severity from murder to hacking to mere attempts to delegitimize the industry. In every issue, Convergence puts a spotlight on places where journalism and those who do it are targeted. Click points on the map to read a little bit […]

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Predators of the Press

The freedom of press is the human right of journalists to publish the current news and information, and report the political or economic factors in the country.

It depends on country, but Russia seems like stricter limitations for freedom of press.

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Predators of the Press

Predators of the Press

Fighting for press freedom. By Helena Shlapak  In Peru, most of the media outlets are owned by El Comercia (the oldest newspaper in Peru and one of the oldest Spanish-language papers in the world), the news is heavily biased towards the government. “The problem is that, because they are a bigger company, somehow they looked for their own interests. They […]

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