Monthly Archives: March 2013

BBC study looks at worldwide use of tablets and television

  “Companies like Google, Twitter and Nielsen — who respectively make money from digital advertising, want to make a lot more from digital ads, and get paid to provide data to justify ads online and offline — are putting some … Continue reading

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If the World were 100 people

from Visual.ly or http://visual.ly/if-world-were-100-people?utm_campaign=website&utm_source=sendgrid.com&utm_medium=email

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Two interesting reads on different areas of the world

The European Journalism Center magazine is a great source for reading about media in countries around the world. This week, links to two very different stories: The first on Japanese media after Fukushima and the tsunami; The second on the … Continue reading

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Six ways the world can learn from Ghana about media freedom

We’ve been talking in class about media freedom. The European Journalism Center has just published this report on ways Ghana has worked to develop a freer media system.

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