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We need to start promoting communication as a human right, says Peruvian media advocate Pedro Sanchez. This implies a change in education and our view of the media.
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Barely a month on from the controversial removal of Fernando Lugo from the presidency of Paraguay, the involvement of media in the events is becoming clear.
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We cannot continue giving tribute to murders, narcotraffickers and their horrors. We need to create new generations that do not prioritize violence in their publications.
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A controversial case in Chile is generating a rich discussion of whether as journalists we should support the use of hidden cameras.
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30 media professionals will meet in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to discuss the rise of Protestants, the decline of Catholicism, and the role of media in Latin America.
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El jefe de prensa de Canal 13 de Chile renunció luego de que el CEO de la estación censurara un reportaje donde se usó una cámara oculta. ¿Estás de acuerdo con su uso?
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The Chilean state is set to close the country's only publicly owned paper - the 96-year-old La Nación - amid an alarming rise in the concentration of media ownership.
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In Chile there are 11,000 newly graduated reporters for just 1,700 media jobs. Despite the uncertain future, interest in the profession is high.
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Estado de Chile es dueño de casi el 70% del diario que era el único no privado del país que tiene una alta concentración de la propiedad de los medios.
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En Chile hay 11 mil periodistas para 1.700 cupos y 8.000 estudiantes de la profesión. Pese al oscuro futuro, sigue habiendo interés por el oficio.
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