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Interview with Ece Temelkuran: how to confront the 'post-truth', the Turkish lesson

Interview with Ece Temelkuran: how to confront the ‘post-truth’, the Turkish lesson

The Turkish journalist Ece Temelkuran shares her experience in dealing with the post-truth in Turkey, in order to help US and European journalists to confront the populists' narrative.
Interview with Zaina Erhaim: covering the Syrian war as a journalist, activist and woman

Interview with Zaina Erhaim: covering the Syrian war as a journalist, activist and woman

Zaina Erhaim, Syrian journalist and activist, narrates all the difficulties a Syrian national encounters while covering the war.
How throttling internet has become a way of censorship in Turkey

How throttling internet has become a way of censorship in Turkey

Journalists and researchers explain why internet shutdowns in Turkey are making it harder for journalists to do their job hence are significantly limiting freedom of expression in the country.
Pollsters versus media, better understanding for better information

Pollsters versus media, better understanding for better information

Pollsters and media practitioners discuss why polls have failed to predict the results of major recent events such as the US elections or the Brexit referendum.
Sustainable and inclusive media: how to promote a more diverse society and avoid bankruptcy

Sustainable and inclusive media: how to promote a more diverse society and avoid bankruptcy

A group of experts share their experiences in working to build a better society and ensuring the economic viability of media outlets.
Postcards from Guantanamo: the untold story of the prisoners' families

Postcards from Guantanamo: the untold story of the prisoners’ families

Abdusalam used to be a double secret agent; Salman was travelling in search his brother who (Salman didn’t know) was working with Al Qaida in Pakistan; Haiel happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Abdusalam, Salman and Haiel are three of the 52 Yemeni imprisoned at the Guantanamo Bay. They all...
From TV to Social Video: dare to do it and don't be afraid to fail!

From TV to Social Video: dare to do it and don’t be afraid to fail!

A video on US gold medal gymnast Simon Biles produced by the New York Times, which is definitely not a broadcast media, has 57 millions of views and has been shared uncountable times. This video breaks all possible TV rules in terms of audio, length and format. “So what?”, is the message by video editors working at known...