Efforts to create a pan-European media outlet have found it tough going, but there are signs that a new digital player may well be finding success.
Russian government media are frequently criticized as being blatant propaganda. How do US government media measure up?
African media also emphasise the west as superior and Africa as inferior.
Leena Manimekalai’s film Kaali has drawn controversy and criticism, but like her other films, it highlights the inequalities and discrimination many continue to face.
There’s no evidence that news outlets are worse off because of Google, Facebook and other aggregators. If anything, evidence shows that, overall, news outlets would be in worse shape without them.
Major public media reform in New Zealand is coming at the same time as trust in government and media declines. The proposed new law needs to make political and editorial independence a top priority.
China is seen as Africa’s saviour and friend in the film - which is still full of racist stereotypes.
For many men, grey hair is just part of getting older, but for women, going grey can have major consequences.
Australia’s defamation laws have been inadequate for years - as this case starkly shows.
The far-right claims mainstream media is the “enemy of the people” but they are happy to use mainstream platforms to spread their message.
Media houses fined recently by Nigeria’s Broadcasting Commission for documentaries on terrorism should approach the courts for redress.
Ukraine is partnering with an advertising company to produce an innovative nation branding campaign during a war. The campaign could have influence beyond how Ukraine and Russia conduct this war.
Disinformation is a plague infecting all forms of media, but efforts abound to control it both here in Australia and around the world.
Legendary broadcaster Red Barber took a chance on Scully when he asked him to be an announcer for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Three years later, Scully was the voice of the World Series.
Dissociation can be a healthy part of cognitive functioning, provided it doesn’t get in the way of your goals.
At the time, Gallup polls showed that fewer than 20% of Americans approved of interracial marriage.
Platforms like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp are reframing democracy and the way citizens engage and organise in the digital space.
How does democracy cope with a huge imbalance in parliament?
Journalists may unwittingly perpetuate the notion that men are the only experts worth listening to. This limits the visibility of women in science.
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