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Nearly every public figure in Russia has spoken out either in defense or in condemnation of "offensive" art exhibits and their impact on religious symbols.
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Gorgon Sabushimike from Burundi is a young man skilled in radio broadcasting. Gorgon emphasizes that the determination to work with various private radio stations led him to his current job.
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Just how does one make a film with only two weeks of formal training, limited mobility, limited resources, and a studio consisting of a Flip camera and a laptop?
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After Michael Crichton’s death last week, a few different obituaries hinted at his iconoclastic questioning of global-warming certainties.
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Speaking to The Media Project’s conference on Defamation of Religion, journalist Nataliya Lyubchenkova described this very religious society served by media that are remarkably ignorant of religion.
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Coming soon to a parish near you: Sunday school with Harry Potter.
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Five journalists from across Africa are now back in their home countries polishing the skills they learned during The Media Project’s pilot program on visual storytelling.
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Harry Potter and his best friend Hermione Granger arrived in the magical town of Godric’s Hollow on a snowy Christmas Eve.
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Chris Khisa has been a journalist for the last 20 years in public broadcasting stations. He spent most of his years in the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation KBC.
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Father Jonathan Tobias knows exactly what he will do when J.K. Rowling releases the final volume of the Harry Potter series.
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