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· May, 2007

Stories about Media & Journalism from May, 2007

23 May 2007

Peru: The War Between Gisela and Magaly

Peruvian television has a colorful cast of characters. Among them are Gisela Valcárcel, the former "queen of daytime television" and wife of a top executive at one of Peru's main...

Iran:What happened to an important news in BBC Persian

Latvia: Interview with Aleksejs Tapins

Sudan: Blogging From the Conflict Zone

Increasingly, aid workers, volunteers and even peacekeepers use blogs to share their unique experiences and insights from conflict zones. Take the Darfur conflict in Sudan, for example. Sleepless in Sudan...

Iran:Photos from the first National Digital Media Exposition

Trinidad & Tobago: Journalistic Responsibility

Japan: Thoughts on the (English-language) Blog Scene

Indonesia: Dalai Lama's Secret

Argentina: Election Coverage on Mobile Phones

22 May 2007

D. R. Congo: Park Rangers Attacked, Flying over Katanga, Music meets Social Activism, and Ants 2 – Brian 0

Access to the Internet in the Democratic Republic of Congo is gradually improving (World Bank figures suggest there are already over 6 million users), but will remain prohibitively expensive as...

Iran:Why we need journals and Journalists?

First female head of Togolese press agency celebrates first anniversary

Cuba: Iberia Ad Controversy

China: Lawsuit Against GFW