Journalists Spotlight


Release Date: Mon, 10/07/2017
On The Listening Post this week: What does the Al Jazeera Media Network symbolise in the GCC political crisis? Plus, a politically engineered war of buzzwords in South Africa's media.
Release Date: Sun, 09/07/2017
Release Date: Sun, 02/07/2017
A painting by local artist Ahmed Bin Majed Al Maadheed, depicting the Emir of Qatar His Highness, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, went viral on the internet.
Release Date: Mon, 12/06/2017
Release Date: Wed, 03/05/2017
With the proliferation of misinformation and 'fake news' it has never been more important to make people aware of the media they are consuming on a daily basis
Release Date: Thu, 27/04/2017
The war between the media and President Trump continues to help both parties, boosting circulation and readership while preserving Trump's status with his followers and providing him a scapegoat
Release Date: Mon, 17/04/2017
Journalists working in rural areas of Pakistan face threats and danger from a number of directions, according to director of the Rural Media Network of Pakistan, Ehsan Ahmed Sehar
Release Date: Tue, 28/03/2017
The violent divisions going through society in Yemen are being reflected in the country's current media landscape, with journalists experiencing "the worst period for journalist in nearly 20 years," according to experts

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