Transformations of Journalism in West Africa
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How media and journalism is changing in West Africa
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Senegal’s ICT skills can help Africa grow, says SAP

Senegal’s ICT skills can help Africa grow, says SAP | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
SAP has reaffirmed its commitment to Senegal, applauding the country‘s superior ICT (information and communications technologies) skills that offer a
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South Africa steals show at African Investigative Journalism Awards

South Africa steals show at African Investigative Journalism Awards | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
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War reporter: 'My camera is my weapon' - CNN.com

War reporter: 'My camera is my weapon' - CNN.com | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
As he strode on stage to accept the 1999 Rory Peck award for hard news journalism, Sorious Samura struggled to find the words that would fit the moment.
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allAfrica.com: InFocus » Another Somali Journalist Killed

allAfrica.com: InFocus » Another Somali Journalist Killed | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
allAfrica: African news and information for a global audience...
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allAfrica.com: East Africa: Science Journalism Network for East Africa Launched

allAfrica.com: East Africa: Science Journalism Network for East Africa Launched | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it

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allAfrica.com: East Africa: Communication Conference Held in Tanzania (Page 1 of 2)

allAfrica.com: East Africa: Communication Conference Held in Tanzania (Page 1 of 2) | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it

East Africa: Communication Conference Held in Tanzania.

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Latest PwC study shows online editions attract more readers in SA :: Media Update

Latest PwC study shows online editions attract more readers in SA :: Media Update | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
South Africa is experiencing an increase in the growth of readership for traditional newspapers and a developing digital market, in contrast to the more developed countries, which are experiencing a migration of readers to online platforms.
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Nigerian journalist wins landmark court victory - Blog - Committee to Protect Journalists

Nigerian journalist wins landmark court victory - Blog - Committee to Protect Journalists | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
“If a journalist can’t fight for his own right, then he has no responsibility to fight for others,” Desmond Utomwen, a senior correspondent with TheNews Magazine/PM News, told me after a High Court judge on October 4 awarded him 100 million naira...
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allAfrica.com: Africa: IDS and AllAfrica Team up to Focus Attention on Key Development Issues

allAfrica.com: Africa: IDS and AllAfrica Team up to Focus Attention on Key Development Issues | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
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Threats fail to deter young Somali reporters

Threats fail to deter young Somali reporters | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
Somalia is the most dangerous country in Africa for journalists, but refugees learning in Kenya vow a return to report.
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Expert urges African journalists to embrace multimedia journalism | Daily Times Nigeria

Expert urges African journalists to embrace multimedia journalism | Daily Times Nigeria | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it

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Press lobby group says accusations may be designed to punish media people for criticising the Yahya Jammeh's government

Press lobby group says accusations may be designed to punish media people for criticising the Yahya Jammeh's government | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
Press lobby group says accusations may be designed to punish media people for criticising the Yahya Jammeh's government...
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Highway Africa » Using Twitter for Journalistic Jabber

Highway Africa » Using Twitter for Journalistic Jabber | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
African Media and the Global Sustainability Challenge...
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Mukoma Wa Ngugi: The Western Journalist in Africa

Mukoma Wa Ngugi: The Western Journalist in Africa | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
Guest Post by Mukoma Wa Ngugi In 1982, as the air force-led coup attempt in Kenya unfolded, we sat glued to our transistor radio listening to the BBC and Voice of America (VOA). In fact, the more t...
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Exposing the good, the bad and the lack of media freedom - Times LIVE

Exposing the good, the bad and the lack of media freedom - Times LIVE | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
Pansy Tlakula, the AU’s Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information, has done her best to address the continued harassment of journalists in the Gambia.
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Daily Maverick - Nosedive: Chinese shopkeeper cover story a new low for South African journalism

Daily Maverick - Nosedive: Chinese shopkeeper cover story a new low for South African journalism | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
Martin Welz, the editor of Noseweek, recently published a cover story on the phenomenon of Chinese shopkeepers in South Africa.
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Africa's first fact-checking website launches in S.Africa | Radio Netherlands Worldwide

Africa's first fact-checking website launches in S.Africa | Radio Netherlands Worldwide | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
Africa's first fact-checking website launched Wednesday in South Africa, a project devised by the AFP Foundation and run in partnership with the University of the Witwatersrand to hold the country's l...
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allAfrica.com: Africa: Keeping a Healthy Distance - Journalism and Humanitarianism in Syria

allAfrica.com: Africa: Keeping a Healthy Distance - Journalism and Humanitarianism in Syria | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it

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Opportunity for science journalist to do research in Africa

Research Africa is offering African science journalists - or African scientists with a proven track record in journalism - an intensive seven-month science journalism internship at its headquarters in Cape Town, South Africa.
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USU journalism students visit Ethiopia, share stories

USU journalism students visit Ethiopia, share stories | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
LOGAN — Dale Nicholas enrolled at Utah State University with a pretty clear idea of the courses he wanted to take to train for his life's w...
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Remembering a nasty ordeal – The challenges journalists face across the world, especially under military junta-run regimes and quasi-democracies in Africa

Remembering a nasty ordeal – The challenges journalists face across the world, especially under military junta-run regimes and quasi-democracies in Africa | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
October 13 of every year since 1993 has come to symbolize the challenges journalists and press practitioners face across the world, but most notoriously under quasi-democracies and or military junta-...
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USU journalism students visit Ethiopia, share stories

USU journalism students visit Ethiopia, share stories | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
LOGAN — Dale Nicholas enrolled at Utah State University with a pretty clear idea of the courses he wanted to take to train for his life's w...
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allAfrica.com: Somalia: Fourth Somali Journalist Killed in Mogadishu in 24 Hours

allAfrica.com: Somalia: Fourth Somali Journalist Killed in Mogadishu in 24 Hours | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it

Somalia: Fourth Somali Journalist Killed in Mogadishu in 24h

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When Journalists Are Dying to Expose Environmental Plunder

When Journalists Are Dying to Expose Environmental Plunder | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
A powerful call for the world to crack down on those who would kill journalists exposing environmental problems.
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Seven ways mobile phones have changed lives in Africa - CNN.com

Seven ways mobile phones have changed lives in Africa - CNN.com | Transformations of Journalism in West Africa | Scoop.it
A little over a decade ago there were about 100,000 phone lines in Nigeria, mostly landlines run by the state-owned telecoms behemoth, NITEL.
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