The Dubai Lynx International Festival of Creativity gathered top players in the marketing, advertising and communications industry in the UAE.
The Dubai Lynx International Festival of Creativity hosted Steve Harvey this week in the UAE.
Qingdao has already come a long way towards earning its moniker City of Film: Spring Festival blockbusters ‘The Wandering Earth’ and ‘Crazy Alien’ were filmed and produced in the East China city.
British MPs profoundly rejected May's Brexit deal for a second time by a margin of 149 votes. The House of Commons now prepares to vote again today on whether the UK should leave the European Union without a deal on 29 March. So how is British media reacting the morning after this brutal defeat?
Who's to blame for fake news? Whether you read stories, write stories or appear in stories you might want to start by looking in the mirror.
Negotiators agreed on the draft of the updated Copyright Directive after two years of deliberations. If implemented, it will include the right of content creators to receive fair remuneration for the use of their work.
Members of a university fraternity in Manila ran naked around their campus on Friday to draw attention to "fake news" and alleged media suppression in the Philippines.
Euronews spoke to Chris Marsden, the co-author of a study into how we can monitor efforts by social networks such as Facebook and Youtube to regulate disinformation on their own platforms.
Hungarian protesters and opposition MPs entered the state TV building on Monday to demonstrate against Viktor Orban's government's policies.
A recent attack on a journalist in the city of Banja Luka, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has sparked protests across the country and put journalists’ safety in the spotlight.
Video and open letter released urging EU politicians to back plans to licence sharing of news content
Staff complained John Ridding's pay was 100 times the salary of a trainee journalist.
Comcast has abandoned its pursuit of 21st Century Fox's film and television assets, leaving Disney in pole position as the sole bidder. It said it would focus its attention on buying Sky instead.
A bookshop in the UK who tweeted about its worst trading day on Monday, has since been been flooded with support to record its “best week.”
Event is being held under banner of 'Building trust in media in South East Europe and Turkey'
Britain says it’s unlikely to refer Comcast’s bid for Sky to the country’s media regulator, removing a major hurdle in the US cable group’s move to acquire the broadcaster.
In Britain, those over 75 do not have to pay for it. In Germany, its existence is being debated in the Federal Constitutional Court. In Switzerland, most of the population voted against its abolition in a referendum. But what about other countries?