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2014-04-19 Turkey’s Internet laws tightened in move that increases risk of online censorship; Twitter ban lifted but Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan vows to continue his pursuit of the service. Read more ...

2014-04-18 MediaHackDays, a weekend hackathon event open to journalists and developers from around the world and organised by the Danish Chapter of Hacks/Hackers with sponsorship from CCI Europe and WAN-IFRA, is set to take place from 2 to 4 May, in Aarhus, Denmark, at CCI’s headquarters. Read more ...

2014-04-14 The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) is on the move, both literally and figuratively: Read more ...

2014-04-11 WAN-IFRA Executive Committee endorses organisation’s report findings on press freedom in the United Kingdom; Committee calls on the British government to “take steps to ensure it upholds the high standards of press freedom expected from a leading democracy.” Read more ...

2014-04-08 Newspaper advertising is in free fall in many markets, putting enormous pressure on the journalism funded by that advertising. Read more ...

2014-04-08 The world’s most innovative digital news media – from giants like the Guardian and Norway’s VG to the smaller DOTYK, the first tablet-only weekly in the Czech Republic – were honoured Tuesday evening (8 April) as winners of the European Digital Media Awards, the annual prizes from the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA). Read more ...

2014-04-04 WAN-IFRA’s latest press freedom campaign highlights the plight of jailed journalists worldwide; 30 cases will be profiled in the 30 days leading up to World Press Freedom Day. Read more ...

2014-04-01 Aftonbladet is Sweden’s leading evening newspaper, but with three TV studios, four hours of live TV each weekday, one million daily streams started each day and 3.2 million daily unique users (in a country of 9 million), video is now a large part of what this “newspaper” is all about. Read more ...

2014-03-26 Press freedom in Mexico faces widespread and growing threats from “soft censorship” that includes government use of financial incentives and penalties to pressure news media, punish critical reporting, and reward favourable coverage, according to a new report released today by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA). Read more ...

2014-03-25 La Stampa Editor-in-chief Mario Calabresi draws on international journalism for his inspiration. But the global news community would do well to look to the Italian daily for inspiration as well. Read more ...

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