• Map Depicts Radio Landscape in Central African Republic

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

    A new map presents an overview of all the state-owned, community, confessional and commercial radios that currently exist in the Central African Republic (CAR), including their current state of operations and their approximate zone of FM coverage.

    Map showing the situation of radio stations in Central African Republic

  • Profile: Ralph Thomassaint, Haiti

    Ralph Thomassaint stands next to a poster reading "PRIX Philippe Chaffanjon
    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

    Ralph Thomassaint, a 27 year old Haitian journalist trained by Internews, won the Prix Philippe Chaffanjon for multimedia reporting.  This yearly award, named after a recently deceased Deputy Director of the French Public Broadcasting group Radio France, awards prizes for two reports from the field, one released on a media outlet in France and the other from Haiti. Watch Rhomassaint’s award-winning piece.

  • Data journalism site InfoAmazonia will add ground reporting to its environmental coverage

    ijnet - International Journalists' Network
    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

    (InfoAmazonia is a project of Internews’ Earth Journalism Network and its partner O Eco with support from the International Center for Journalists, Climate and Development Knowledge Brokers Network, Avina and the Skoll Foundation.)

    Environmental news site InfoAmazonia, which pioneered using satellite data for reporting, is adding a new source to its coverage: observations from the ground.

  • Slideshow: Afghanistan Elections

    Friday, April 4, 2014

    Internews and its partners are working throughout the media sector to help journalists and civil society in Afghanistan prepare for, monitor, and report on the April 5, 2014 election, which will usher in the first democratic transfer of power since Hamid Karzai was appointed, and then elected president.  

  • Information and the Afghan Elections

    A woman journalist looks through a camera
    Friday, April 4, 2014

    On April 5, Afghans will take to the polls to usher in the first democratic transfer of power since Hamid Karzai was appointed, and then elected president. With the drawdown of U.S. troops this year, these elections represent a key milestone on the path to a more democratic, and hopefully more peaceful, Afghanistan.