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Kashmir lifts ban on newspapers, printing still suspended
"The state government today made it clear that there are no restrictions on printing and publishing of newspapers," the official release said. Earlier during the day, Indian-government said there was ... read more
Study: 1300 Communities Have Lost Newspaper Coverage, Serious Implications For Democracy
Without them, there is little-to-no ... print circulation from seven days to five. (A digital-only version posts the other two days.) The New York Daily News let go of half its staff in July. In fact, ... read more
Jamal Khashoggi's last column: 'The Arab world is facing its own version of an Iron Curtain'
Attiah wrote that the Post had initially held off publishing ... The Egyptian government's seizure of the entire print run of a newspaper, al-Masry al Youm, did not enrage or provoke a reaction from c... read more
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Mohammed Haruna on the electoral process and violence
While informing and educating the public, the media should also strive to entertain the public for the simple reason that all work and no play makes ... such extra-legal restrictions like Government’s ... read more
Red Scarves and Iowa Newspapers: China’s Propaganda in Action
The Shandong story highlights the power of the Chinese government ... restrictions to include the flags of other nations. If the Shandong incident were only about the inappropriate printing ... read more
Taxpayers shouldn't subsidize newspapers
Mainstream newspapers receive more than $3 million each year from Idaho public agencies in exchange for publishing legal notices. Government agencies ... seen the notices in tiny print but probably ha... read more
New language law could kill independent media ahead of 2019 elections
Formerly known as Komsomolska Pravda, the Ukrainian newspaper changed its name under the 2015 decommunization law, and claims to have no affiliation with its Russian namesake. “Today, our weekly print ... read more
'Goods and services tax on newspapers would kill press as we know it'
The Parliament was empowered till 1956 to levy tax on sale or purchase of newspapers. However, no such tax was ever levied and ... It is well known that cost of printing and publishing is not recovere... read more
Sudan: Al Midan - '84 Newspapers Prevented From Publishing This Year'
They were kept in detention but no charges were pressed against ... Besides, the lawyer said that "nonetheless, the government wants to impose more sanctions and restrictions, not only on journalists ... read more
Multiple murders cast shadow on an unexpected trouble spot for press freedom: Europe
In late 2015, Poland’s parliament enacted a media law that gave the government more control over state-run television and radio. In 2016, days of protests against proposed restrictions on ... a lack o... read more
Treason Trial for Pakistani Journalist Signals New Pressure on Media
The journalist, Cyril Almeida, a leading columnist for the newspaper Dawn ... to stifle criticism of the government and military. “This is the darkest period for journalism in the country’s history, n... read more
Controversy over celebrity marriage a stain on Israel
Nevertheless, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications ... learn Hebrew - Ivrit A brand new ePaper featuring the daily newspaper as it appears in print in Is... read more