Greatness or disaster? Ethiopian journalism can become either!
The upcoming months and years will tell us which path the Ethiopian media choose to take.
Right now, we wait.
“Be a news literate by checking your facts”
With the hike of digitalization across the globe, traditional media is not the only channel for distribution and consuming information. Everyday, social media platforms are flooded with filtered and/or unfiltered, verified and/or unverified information appeared as news.
Bui Le Anh Thu: A Young Voice at Vietnam Internet Forum
Bui Le Anh Thu, 24, is the youngest panelist being invited for Vietnam Internet Forum (VIF19) under the theme of “Digital for Good”.
Eye on Corruption Investigative Journalists Training
The Eye on Corruption (EoC) project in collaboration with Action for Transparency (A4T) recently organised a two-day training for leading investigative journalists.
“Information disorder is a serious issue in almost all Asian countries”
On December 13-15, the Faculty of Journalism and Communication at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, part of Vietnam National University, hosted a series of news literacy workshops targeted at media educators and practitioners from Southeast Asian countries.
Bangla Vision: The Fishermen in Bangladesh
Bangla Vision has investigated an unbearable situation the fishermen and their families in Bangladesh face on a daily basis. It is an investigation that has inspired other reporters to do similar stories.
Maasranga TV – the importance of looking good
When the elephant passed by on the other side of the highway in the Dhaka rush hour, it really brought home to me the wonderful imagery that abounds in Bangladesh.
Nairobi News: How CDF-funded school bus was branded with ODM, Wiper colours
Amina Wako, journalist and A4T grantee, investigated misuse of Constituency Development Funds (CDF) in Embakasi South Constituency & found shocking revelations on how the funds meant for development of Mukuru Kwa Njenga primary school were misused.
NHIF HEIST: Blowing cover on how millions are swindled through fictitious private hospital claims
A report that was done by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) unveiled that NHIF subscribers were paying 500 percent more in order to get medical attention at some of the medical facilities.
Somali media women breaking ground with gender declaration
“I support this declaration and stand by your side. I believe that if the declaration is implemented, it will encourage female journalists in Somali media houses and lead to good progress in the field”