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· April, 2008

Stories about Media & Journalism from April, 2008

30 April 2008

Soviet History: Samizdat Anniversary

Poland: Prince Charles’ Visit

Kenya: Mobile TV

South Africa: Announcing Tech Leader

Qatar: Online Community Comes to the Aid of Workers

Qatar Living members are rallying to help an offline community of 600 workers who have lost all their belongings after a devastating fire broke out in their labour camp, writes...

South Africa: Serious blogging arrives

Cuba: Las Damas de Blanco

It has been the most discussed topic in the Cuban blogosphere over the last week: the arrest of Las Damas de Blanco as they staged a peaceful demonstration for the...

Special report on Vietnam censored

South Africa: Be a guest blogger on SA Rocks

Nigeria: Mobile TV

Uganda: Ten Things I want Explained

Kyrgyzstan: An Anxious April

A next to last week of April started from the unexpected fall of temperature. A lot of bloggers posted the photographs of the frozen greenery and the trees under snow....

28 April 2008

Ukraine: BBC Pulls Story on Hitler Doll From the Web

Hungary: “Goy Bikers”

Uganda: Mwenda, 3 others arrested in newspaper raid

(UPDATE: Andrew Mwenda has been freed on bond, see his letter to supporters on the TED blog.) Bloggers and independent media outlets in Uganda are reporting that three journalists and...

Korean President's Visit to the U.S. and Media

The first summit between America and South Korea since the Korean Presidential Election was held in Washington in April. Current President Lee Myung Bak’s visit to the U.S. attracted the...

Venezuela: Update on the Simpsons Controversy

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