Journalists Spotlight

Features

Release Date: Mon, 05/12/2011
We interview some of our young reporters about their passion for journalism, hopes to work in media and we find out how they get their news.
Release Date: Thu, 17/11/2011
Nabil Al Haj, 29, used to be a news anchor for Libyan State TV. Battling with a lack of journalistic ethics at Gaddafi's channel, he decided to flee the country.
Release Date: Thu, 17/11/2011
In October, after Gaddafi forces had left Tripoli, the DCMF visited Libya for the first time as part of its strategy to help free the country's media.
Release Date: Tue, 15/11/2011
The DCMF is engaged in finding the best possible way to help lift Libyan media from decades of insignificance, fragility and fear in collaboration with different rights groups, Libyan journalists and officials.
Release Date: Tue, 15/11/2011
During the week-long visit, delegates were briefed on the current media environment on a national level and they identified priority areas.
Release Date: Tue, 15/11/2011
The Libyan Executive Office of Media Affairs has set up a focal group to lead the writing of a code of ethics for the national media.
Release Date: Tue, 15/11/2011
There have been media martyrs as journalists and activists documented the revolution. Freedom came at a price, but there is a new future to be embraced.
Release Date: Tue, 15/11/2011
"In spite of several outlets opening, the Libyan media fails to meet ethical standards and suffers from bad management".

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