Latest updates on the 2014 #IPIWoCo in Capetown
Courageous Iranian journalist Mashallah Shamsolvaezin to be honoured for his bravery and professionalism; Al-Monitor to receive award for its 'unrivalled reporting and analysis'; and a special tribute to Nelson Mandela
‘OUT OF PRINT’ AND FULL OF HOPE
George Brock, head of journalism at City University London, presented his book - Out of Print: Newspapers, Journalism and the Business of News in the Digital Age - to the readers of his own blog on July 24, 2013 with the headline: . Some colleagues certainly looked at this statement with scepticism.
Contributoria wins the IPI NIP video contest
African digital media is going mobile
How do you profit from an online news platform? This is one the main challenges that digital journalism faces in Africa. IPI News Innovation Platform Digital Media Coordinator, Javier Luque, interviewed Churchill Otieno, managing editor for Digital and Convergence at the Nation Media Group in Nairobi, to shed some light on the matter.
A day of action against mass surveillance
Journalists around the globe are no strangers to cyber spying. They too have been targeted by governments’ cyber surveillance practices as a mechanism to interfere in their job. On the eve of #TheDayWeFightBack, the International Press Institute News Innovation Platform (IPI NIP) interviewed Jillian York, director of Freedom of Speech with the Electronic Frontier Foundation – a coalition’s member of the campaign - about the many ways journalists are exposed to governments’ spying on the internet.