Monrovia – US Ambassador to Liberia Christian Elder on Monday declared herself a “big fan” of the Daily Talk chalkboard newspaper while assuring her support to the media outlet.Read more
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By Gbatemah Senah MONROVIA, Montserrado – The Daily Talk news booth in Sinkor resumed operation on Monday when it was formally relaunched by U.S. Ambassador Christine Elder.
Today a local Liberian icon - the Daily Talk news blackboard - was relaunched by U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Liberia, Christine Elder, with the support of Internews.
As part of the launch event for Internews' new media program in Ukraine, close to 100 representatives of leading Ukrainian media organizations and media outlets took part in a “hard talk” style discussion titled #Informed_public – Responsible journalism that focused on the role of media
By Mafanta Kromah The Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Len. Eugene Nagbe has described the media as indispensable to the development of Liberia’s Democracy.
Commerce Minister Wilson Tarpeh says the government wants to work with the media
Internews is partnering with the Google News Initiative Training Network in India to train journalists in news verification.
A new report analyzes the transition the news media sector in Myanmar is undergoing since the political reforms that began in 2010.
Mchanga Haroub is a senior journalist and Head of Production at Zanzibar Broadcasting Corporation on Pemba Island. She bought a smartphone fifteen years ago and was among the first local journalists to own one.