A conversation with the singer about her music and activism.
A global decline in press freedom, hastened by repressive laws introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic, has resulted in only 12
Pew Research Center Mar 23, 2021 Large Majorities of Newsmax and OAN News Consumers Also Go to
Over the weekend, a media refresher workshop for Togolese Catholic Radio Sainte Thérèse staff was held at the Sokodé Diocesan centre in Kédia.
DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan has ordered the reopening of media outlets that were closed
December 22, 2020 This story, plus Congress expands payroll assistance to local news outlets, Newsmax issues a clarification about claims that a voting software company manipulated election results, and more, all in today’s media headlines. Top StoriesMedia BusinessPress &
Given how much the world has changed in 2020, it is hard to fathom that the year was just one leap-day longer than 2019. On January 16th The Economist published its first article about a novel coronavirus in Wuhan, China,
Tensions in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region have gone from talking about the potential for conflict into what is now the aftermath of a war between the country’s federal government in Addis Ababa and the regional government in Tigray. An estimated six million people live in the Tigray region. Since fighting began on November 4,…
KAMPALA, UGANDA – Human rights activists are denouncing a new Ugandan directive to scrutinize journalists working for foreign media. On Thursday, Paul Ekochu, the chairman of the Ugandan government’s Media Council, said journalists working in the country for foreign outlets
Within hours of the publication of a New York Post article on October 14th, Twitter users began receiving strange messages. If they tried to share the story—a dubious “exposé” of emails supposedly from the laptop of Hunter Biden, son of