Investigative journalism in the United Kingdom is 'dying a death', according to a leading documentary-maker, who blamed financial pressures for this dwindling commitment. I'm sure it is common…Continue
On 20 October 2011, following months of fighting, Muammar Qadhafi was killed by Libyan rebels. As the news exploded, images of the blood-stained colonel spread around the world, making it a global event. In Libya today, there is a sense of “before” and “after” Qadhafi.
The joy, the tears, the shock was such that everyone knows exactly what they were doing when they heard the news. However, Libyans experienced the fall of Qadhafi in many different ways.
A year after the…Continue
Al Jazeera English, the English version of the Arabic-language news network, has recently aired an interesting story on how the financial crisis in Greece has affected the Greek media industry.
The media sector was one of the first victims of the Greek financial…Continue
Greek riot police attacked journalists and photojournalists in Athens on Wednesday and Thursday night.
Greek Photojournalists' Union President Mr. Marios Lolos suffered serious head injuries after being repeatedly beaten on the head with batons.
The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) condemned the behaviour of the Greek Police who this week brutally attacked…Continue