World Association of News Publishers


Media Development

A new report from WAN-IFRA examines how news media companies in Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico are experimenting with their revenues and adapting business models to safeguard press freedom.

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Andrew Heslop

Date

2019-07-08 14:45

“Las plataformas sociales no son el fin, sino el medio para ayudarte a cumplir con tu estrategia digital”, entrevista con Doménica Velásquez de La Prensa Libre

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Daniela Pena

Date

2018-03-22 18:04

Since its inception in 2012, WAN-IFRA’s Media Professionals Programme (MPP) has given media managers from around the world leadership skills and support through personalized training and mentoring. During a recent meeting of mentors and mentees in Myanmar and Vietnam in March, the impact of the programme was overwhelmingly evident. And for those who have participated in the MPP over time, the result has been personal and professional growth.

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Andrew Heslop

Date

2017-04-27 09:46

WAN-IFRA’s Strengthening Media and Society programme came to Cartagena, Colombia for three days of workshop training ahead of the 68th World News Media Congress, the global meeting point for the world’s press. 43 media professionals from 18 media companies across Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico participated in training sessions and exchanged professional experiences in digital strategies, editorial leadership and media freedom challenges.

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Hedvig Lundstrom

Date

2016-06-20 11:06

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Hedvig Lundstrom

Date

2016-04-22 13:15

Senior editors and commercial executives from Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam are working with with members of WAN-IFRA’s Media Freedom Brain Trust, who provided a workshop series on investigative journalism, media ethics, digital revenue generation, and digital story telling in Yangon, Myanmar in January.

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Andrew Heslop

Date

2016-02-22 11:37

Three years ago when WIN Graduate Emelda Libanga joined the Women In News (WIN) programme, she was subeditor at the Zambia Daily Mail. Today she is editor of the Sunday Mail, a position that brings about many more challenges and responsibilities, but also the possibility for real impact and change.

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Farah Wael

Date

2014-04-23 14:41

Lenah Kedikaetswe, Founding Editor of Pristine Online Magazine in Botswana and one of the participants of WAN-IFRA's Women in News (WIN) Programme, was recently selected to participate in the prestigious Washington Fellowship, initiated by President Barack Obama, as part of the US’ Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI).

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Farah Wael

Date

2014-04-23 11:02

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