Freedom of Information Journalism

South Asian Journalists Demand: Stop the War on Journalism in Sri Lanka

The following statement was issued by the South Asia Media Solidarity Network at its meeting in Kathmandu, Nepal, on September 6-7. We, the representatives of journalists’ unions and associations in the South Asian region, meeting on the platform of the South Asia Media Solidarity Network (SAMSN), express our deepest concern over continuing violations of media […]


Erasmus Mundus Masters degree

Admission to masters degree programme. Introduction Journalism is undergoing a fundamental transformation. Developments in technology, politics and society are increasingly putting the media industries and the profession of journalism at the centre of people’s attempt to make sense of what is happening in the world around them. The Erasmus Mundus Masters degree explores the practice […]

Broadcast Ethics & Legal issues Freedom of Information Journalism Ownership

Dasmuni broadcasting

Information and Broadcasting Minister Priyaranjan Dasmunsi’s diatribe against media owners is not without merit. If the proposed Broadcasting Bill facilitates a discussion on the way the media function, we need to welcome it. While the ratcheting up on the supposed attack on freedom of the press in the Bill is good, even it is unfounded. […]


Innovation journalism

What on earth is innovation journalism? Indeed, there is a website dedicated to it. The “about” section of the site answer the question. Innovation Journalism covers technical, business, legal and political aspects of innovations and innovation systems. Good Innovation Journalism contributes to society by enhancing the public debate through better common knowledge and understanding of […]