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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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Police fear the crew might have been kidnapped by the notorious Abu Sayyaf which has linked with al-Qaeda.
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In the nearly three years since 32 journalists were massacred, a culture of impunity and ineffective prosecutions leave Filipino journalists exposed to violent attacks.
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25 experienced Liberian reporters will gather in Monrovia in June to discuss what they learned from reporting on the 2011 presidential election while contending with bribes and violence.
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Philippine media have failed to mature as patterns of media ownership have shifted, raising questions about whether Philippine media are truly free.
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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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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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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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By signing the Table Mountain Declaration, Liberia takes an important step to expand press freedom and encourage ethical journalism.
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A proposed law aims to arm lawyers, accountants, accredited media practitioners, bank tellers, clergy, doctors and engineers following wave of targeted killings.
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