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· August, 2010

Stories about Media & Journalism from August, 2010

Brazil: Scholar Blog on Citizen Media

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Unbiased e-media coverage call for projects

Hungary: More on Béla Biszku's Case

Guyana: Domestic Violence

Hungary: Foreign Media on Orbán's Government

Russia: It's not the Kremlin

THIS summer Russians faced several state attempts to "filter" (selectively block) websites. And as in many other things, Russia has gone its own way with a slightly more complicated technique:...

Uruguay: Journalist Álavaro Alfonso Sent to Prison for 24 Months

India: Deadly Journalism

Haiti: Shifting Focus

Cuba: Additional Releases

Brazil: Competition Turns Blogs into Books

Taiwan: Who Needs A Founding Father?

Does Dr. Sun Yat-sen deserve the title of “the Founding Father of Republic of China (R.O.C)”? Is he really a flawless idealistic political leader and the hero behind the revolution...

Russia: LiveJournal Communities as a Transparency Tool

Alexey Sidorenko explores how LiveJournal communities are being used to promote transparency and accountability in Russia.

Cuba: Blogger Arrested

Trinidad & Tobago: Unique Deal

Jamaica: Policing Style

Tunisia: Doctored Photographs Symptomatic of the State of The National Press

The use of national media as an instrument of propaganda has been fairly well documented in Tunisia. The latest evidence of media manipulation was identified by Tunisian bloggers on August...

Barbados: CARICOM Pappyshow?

Haiti: Beauty & Controversy

St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Haiti: Access Denied

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