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· December, 2008

Stories about Media & Journalism from December, 2008

China: Interview with Bei Feng

China: Interview with Journalism Professor

Philippines: Watching Pinoy Big Brother

Thailand: Blocked websites

Vietnam: Blogging to be regulated

Japan: The year in Japanese blogs

What were bloggers writing about this year in the Japanese blogosphere? The year in Japanese blogs at Global Voices included posts on everything from an American Enka singer making waves...

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: Sock & Awe

Barbados: Journalists Appear in Court

Jamaica: Bailout Plan?

Russia: South Ossetia; Relations With the U.S.; Sheremetyevo Ceiling

Russia: Patriarch; Yoshkar-Ola; Stalin's Legacy; Protests

Ghana: Upcoming conference on communication education

Caribbean: 2008 in Review

From natural disasters to lightning bolts of the athletic kind, 2008 was a busy one for the Caribbean blogosphere. Here are some of the highlights...

Barbados: Missing Money

MSF's Top 10 Humanitarian Crises in 2008

Press Under Attack in Nepal

Even after the restoration of democracy in Nepal, the country’s press has so far been unable to function without threat and intimidation. Violent attacks against journalists, publishers are becoming a...

Bangladesh Election 2008 And Cyber Activism

Bangladesh goes into poll on December 29, 2008 for a much awaited parliamentary election. The scenario is lot different than the recent US presidential election where citizen media and Internet...

Puerto Rico: License to Kill Trees

The recent administrative order by Puerto Rico's Secretary of Agriculture has created a shock wave of reactions in the blogosphere. In the island of Puerto Rico if a person had...

Barbados: Journalists Arrested

The Barbadian blogosphere is an uproar following the arrest of two mainstream media journalists - a move that bloggers are interpreting as an assault on press freedom.

Jamaica: Christmas Present

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