Posts tagged ‘public’
or Comb For a Beard
It is a miserable sight to those who read about this beautiful ancient country of Azerbaijan to be subjected to an appalling and uninvited sight in the cyber postings of the youth over Facebook and Twitter that rave about the arrested youth, fraudulent elections or biased national media.
Instead of focusing on important subjects, these so called cyber activists are forced to employ all there time to rant about ridiculous themes like freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, freedom of the press or freedom to practice one’s religion.
Let’s face it, who really needs these alleged fundamental rights? Will they provide food for the hungry or shelter for the poor? (more…)
Understanding Media and Democracy
Guy Berger, 30 November 2001
Many African broadcasters enjoyed a brief moment in the sun in the first multi-party elections of the late 20th century, but new governments – despite promises of allowing true democratic public service broadcasting – soon took control – repeating the pattern of their predecessors. As a result, broadcast journalists found themselves under severe political pressures to become government mouthpieces once again. (more…)
Et si on nous avait menti…
Suite à la récente publication de son ouvrage « Génocide arménien : Et si on nous avait menti », Turquie News vous propose de découvrir cet entretien exclusif avec l’auteur, Monsieur Yves Bénard. (more…)