Added by Abdul Latif Bhat on February 27, 2011 at 0:12 — No Comments
BCfm Radio in UK Discusses Citizen Media’s Role in the Middle East Uprisings
By Iqbal Tamimi
Clearly the latest events of the uprisings in the Middle East and…Continue
Added by Iqbal Tamimi on February 26, 2011 at 21:00 — No Comments
An excerpt from my interview with PR guru Paul Holmes. The full version can be found here.
Paul Holmes: I think journalists are going to have to, to a certain extent, think more like PR people, journalism is becoming much more about individual brands,…Continue
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A post on my blog about how journalists could use Google's Public Data Explorer - now anybody can upload datasets and try out visualizations. Plus some background links and info about data journalism.Read on
Added by T. Ramachandran on February 22, 2011 at 7:15 — No Comments
Bulgaria made another step forward to Schengen, but only in terms of technical criteria. "The Working group on the Schengen acquis has approved the evaluation report regarding the Schengen Information System SIS / SIRENE, where it has been found that Bulgaria covers the necessary requirements. Also approved has been the report on the additional assessment of the Bulgarian-Turkish land border", the Ministry of Foreign Affairs…Continue
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School raiders in Russia, Moscow, are "uniting" schools, harass the teachers of the "desired" school making them leave into the woods of unemployment. Example. A unique School # 27 is being pressed in its own nice building... having been forcibly merged with #354 and their low graded culture. The refined teachers of #27 can't resist new Moscow authorities and the rudeness of #354. Cultured teachers are the easiest targets in the country of the…Continue
Added by Irina Lobanova on February 17, 2011 at 11:20 — No Comments
The long wait of the cricket fans will be over as the World Cup Cricket, the biggest sporting extravaganza to be staged in Bangladesh, kicks off at Bangabandhu National Stadium on Thursday afternoon with a spectacular opening function.
The magnificent show will start at 5:50pm at the new-look BNS after a 55-minute pre-show that will begin at 4:55pm.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to declare the meet open.
The opening programme has been divided into five parts.…Continue
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Despite the warning signs, villagers in the territory outside of Nagorno Karabakh continue to risk life and limb. Photo © Onnik Krikorian for The Institute of War and Peace Reporting
Although originally from the United Kingdom and only based in Yerevan, Armenia, since…Continue
Added by Onnik Krikorian on February 4, 2011 at 12:30 — No Comments
A pan-European experiment which sent nearly 80 young science journalists to laboratories over the past two years has come to an end, and the results and implications for European science and media were discussed at a conference in Brussels on Friday (28 January).
The conference – ‘Bridging the gap between science and journalism’ – brought together around 50 scientists, journalists, and European Union commissioners to discuss what happens when journalists and scientists are put…Continue
Added by Mico Tatalovic on February 2, 2011 at 23:37 — No Comments
The Palestinian Papers (“PaliLeaks”) show that Israel indeed had real partner with whom to negotiate issues such as borders, land swaps, settlements, refugees, Jerusalem and even recognition Israel as Jewish state. Most recently, in the 2008 post-Annapolis negotiations, the Palestinians and Israelis almost finalized an agreement negotiated by the two sides. These are the issues I cover in my…Continue
Added by Ari Rusila on February 2, 2011 at 11:24 — No Comments