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· August, 2010

Stories about Media & Journalism from August, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: Not Yet

Barbados: Back in the Saddle

Zambia: Abuse of copyright rules online

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Welectricity

Cuba: Interrogation

Japan: Web Startups Present at WISH 2010

The second edition of the web industry event WISH was held on August 28th, and hundreds gathered to hear a panel discussion by industry leaders and 14 presentations by startup...

Morocco: Hating TV Dubbed in Arabic

Kuwait: Much Ado About Bu Qutada wa Bu Nabeel

Egypt: Ramadan Television and the Muslim Brotherhood

This year in Ramadan the Egyptian TV decided to produce a series about the opposition party Al-Ikhwan (The Muslim Brotherhood). The TV series, which is called El Gamaa, tries to...

South Korea: Extras Went On Strike

Russia: Interview With RT's Peter Lavelle

Russia: “Jailbird Moms”

Ukraine: Anthem in 14 Languages

Japan: Execution chamber opened to the public

Togo: Journalist Didier Ledoux Brutalized Again, Newspaper Fined 90,000 euros

Madagascar: Radio Soatalily in Toliary Sacked

Ecuador: Journalist Jorge Ortiz Leaves Important Television Channel

Infographic of China’s Social Media equivalents

Trinidad & Tobago: Educating the Ministry

MENA: Kuwaiti Cartoons Cause Moroccans Offense

A popular Kuwaiti television programme has upset some Moroccan viewers, who say it depicts Moroccans in a negative light. The cartoon, called Bu Qutada wa Bu Nabeel, portrays Morocco as...

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