Media

13 January 2017
Ukraine Bans Russian-language Independent Broadcaster

Presented as a breach of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and advertising laws, the ban was criticized internationally for curtailing media pluralism. 

 
15 December 2016
Michael McFaul Makes RT An Offer They Can(not) Refuse
Russian state-run TV network turns down former U.S. ambassador's offer to host his own show. From Global Voices.
 
9 December 2016
Work in Progress

Despite state funds earmarked for its activities, Ukrainian public broadcasting still hasn't materialized.  

By Alla Chevichelova
 
6 December 2016
Turkmen Journalist Arrested for Tobacco Possession Premium

Critics believe arrests and threats against reporters are part of a larger, ongoing campaign to silence voices of dissent. 

 
15 November 2016
Estonia Enjoys Most Internet Freedom, Uzbekistan Among Those With the Least Premium

Freedom House Internet freedom report shows that internet freedom continues to decline, while digital activism grows throughout the world.

 
8 November 2016
Macedonian Youngsters Making Hay From U.S. Elections Premium
Some Americans voting today to choose their next president may have been influenced by teenaged entrepreneurs in faraway Macedonia.
 
2 November 2016
Media Behaving Badly

With public service media outlets endangered externally and internally, what about a European Court of Professional Media Conduct?

By Peter Gross
 
18 October 2016
HRW: Death of Turkmen Dissident Journalist’s Brother ‘Suspicious’ Premium

Chary Annamuradov’s last living brother was kidnapped and beaten to death last month; three others had already died suspicious deaths.

 
18 October 2016
British Bank Closes Russian Broadcaster RT Accounts Premium

UK government denies any role in NatWest’s unexplained move to close the Kremlin’s English-language mouthpiece.

 
10 October 2016
Hungary’s ‘Crackdown’ on Critical Media Sparks Protests

The closure of Hungary’s largest newspaper, Nepszabadsag, has fueled concerns the government is silencing its critics.

 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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