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“While we were focusing on what we do best, other platforms came in and took the opportunities that we missed,” Francis Munywoki of The Standard Group, Kenya, told the audience at WAN-IFRA's Digital Media Africa conference...
The first Digital Media Africa conference organized by WAN-IFRA got off to an exciting start Wednesday afternoon and was capped by the announcement of the winners of the inaugural Digital Media Africa Awards...
The Correspondent now has more diverse storytellers and has added different forms of storytelling to offer a greater variety of stories. That's according to their...
While the first U.S. presidential debate took place on Monday night in New York, newsrooms manned their fact-checking desks. The World Editors Forum selected five examples of multimedia fact-checking projects that take the reporting style to the next level.
While the Huffington Post announced last week that it is launching its 17th edition in South Africa, we thought it was time to find out how the global-hopping news site shares knowledge, content, and technology across borders. Who better to talk to than its first non-English edition: Le...
The Golden Pen of Freedom is WAN-IFRA's annual award recognising individuals or organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to the defence and promotion of press freedom.