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The relationship between words and pictures plays a vital role in making ‘television news’.
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The Egyptian media is one of the oldest and largest in the Middle East and the world
Sharing images of a better society is the first step to building one, argues Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus
Aswat Masriya is a major media development project run by TrustMedia in Egypt. Watch our video to find out more.
A week from today, the AlertNet you know will look very different...
For many reporters, the challenge at any international gathering is to get beyond the rhetoric and statistics and make it relevant for the reader, the listener or the viewer back home.
The year 1929 may not have been the most auspicious time to start trading shares, and yet …
Kenya’s new president, Uhuru Kenyatta, has been inaugurated in a peaceful transition of power after fears that a close election result and contested court case might lead to violence.
Some of us may well recall the time when one would huddle around the radio at a specific time of day and listen to one’s favourite programme. Only a few decades down the line, much has changed.
I can still remember the scene when I received the phone call from Thomson Reuters Foundation...
Policymakers are seeking input from the public via social media channels as they craft a water sustainable development goal
Television journalists from the Caribbean and Latin America gathering in Miami to attend the Thomson Reuters Foundation Making Video News course.
The humble toilet is a stepping stone to a healthy life, greater human dignity, gender equality and economic development