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· May, 2011

Stories about Media & Journalism from May, 2011

Bahamas, Jamaica: Caribbean Climate Change

Caribbean: FIFA Foul

Pakistan: Journalist Disappeared

Thailand: Free bilingual business newspaper

India: Media Biased About Elite And Middle Class

Russia: OBEY Giant Poster Wonders ‘Who Set Up Strauss-Kahn?’

Zimbabwe: On Journalism and Sexual Harassment

Philippines: Digital Media Wiki

Philippines: Novelist Mired in Plagiarism Controversy

Alfred "Krip" Yuson, an award-winning Filipino novelist, achieved notoriety for allegedly plagiarizing an article by his subordinate in a mainstream news agency. Here are some reactions from the Philippine blogosphere

Puerto Rico: Debate on Media and Politics

Russia: Famous Sci-Fi Writer's Blog Removed for ‘Anti-Semitism’

Following President Medvedev's speech on extremism in the Russian Internet, security services began a campaign against online neo-Nazis and vocal nationalists. On May 28, 2011, the campaign against racial and...

Uganda: Police Raid Newspaper Printing Press

Mexico: Consensus on Disapproval of TV Series: ‘The Team’

Mexican bloggers share their disapproval of the television series "The Team" ("El Equipo") that seeks to glorify the country's Federal Police. The series is set to be removed from the...

Haiti: Vendors in Delmas

Cuba: Repressive Action

North Korea Claims They Developed Their Own Computers

India: Malayalam Bloggers Campaign For Soumya

Kerala was rife with outrage, when 23 year old woman Soumya was thrown out from a moving passenger train, raped and brutally murdered. With the public losing the trust in...

Panama: Wikileaks Reach Panamanian Government

The diplomatic cables leaked by Wikileaks have wreaked havoc in global politics. Panama is not an exception. A cable that links the government party CD - Democratic Change - with...

Russia: Reporters’ Open Letter Highlights TV Censorship Concerns

Censorship on the majority of Russian television channels has been around forever, but a recent open letter by REN TV reporters showed how even remaining small islands of media freedom...

South Korea: Social Media Controversy Surrounds Sports Broadcaster's Death

The suicide on May 23, 2011, of national television channel MBC sports announcer, Song Ji-seon in South Korea has sparked considerable controversy regarding social media in the country. South Korea...

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