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Geingob to launch media code of ethics

THE Editors Forum of Namibia's code of ethics will be relaunched today as part of the...


Govt urged to resist media muzzling

THE Namibian Media Trust has urged the government to resist any and all attempts to curb...

The importance of an empowered African tech media

On 30-31 August 2015, ICANN participated in the 19th edition of the Highway Africa conference (www.highwayafrica.com), where the theme was “Journalism and the city.” Organized in partnership with the Department of Communications of South Africa, development agencies and media associations, the conference was located within the marvelous campus of the Rhodes University School of Journalism.

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Disruptive Technologies: Key Tools for Journalists in the Newsroom Today

In the last decade there has been a significant boom in disruptive technologies and the media industry has been most hit by the disruption economy. The rise of the web, mobile devices and social media has changed the way audiences consume and interact with news and in turn the way news and stories are told. As the world and technology evolves so must the tools journalists use to tell stories.
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