I am reducing my blogging activity over the coming months so that I can concentrate on a few new projects which will involve a great deal of research and writing.
News about media freedom and development issues.
A group of 20 young Burundian journalists living in exile are seeking international support in order to develop their Radio Television Peace FM Burundi project.
What an honour, after many years visiting and working in Vietnam, I’ve now been appointed as an international media strategy advisor to the Vietnamese Journalists Association (VJA)
UK newspaper editors – could you spare two hours to show a group of 15 Vietnamese newspaper managers and editors around your newsroom?
Fear, a lack of vision, laziness and a failure to recognise and keep up with changing audience behaviour are the most common reasons for media organisations becoming irrelevant and struggling.
A few days ago, between breakfast and lunch, I visited two countries in SE Asia and one in sub-saharan Africa, delivering lectures and offering media strategy support.
The team at n0tice.com has published guidelines designed to help publishers and broadcasters stay safe when managing content submitted by users.
Over the last few years I have been fortunate to work with some wonderful journalists at various regional TV and radio stations in Vietnam. As this phase of the project draws to a close, it’s time to reflect.
Reporter Shanti Ram Acharya has walked free after seven years in a Bhutanese prison vowing to continue his work as a journalist.
Is there an ethical dilemma that you have faced in your journalism career which you could write about for Media Helping Media in order to help others?