Event is being held under banner of 'Building trust in media in South East Europe and Turkey'
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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?
“A continued heavy-handed approach towards the press (often in the name of national security) has resulted in the UK keeping its status as one of the worst-ranked Western European countries."
Raúl Castro stepped down as president but remains at the head of the communist party
“The Commission has concerns that the companies involved may have violated EU antitrust rules that prohibit cartels and restrictive business practices."
Some 8% of respondents had no median gender pay gap, and 14% had a pay gap favouring women.
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US cable giant takes on rival as it targets UK market.
The suspension will continue until a High Court hearing on the shutdowns has concluded.
A panel of heavyweights in the media industry looked at ways to tackle the problem of disinformation at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Fear of fake news has shaken confidence in social media especially, while trust in institutions in the US has 'crashed' - 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer.
The New York Times, CNN and other US media outlets scoop President's highly-anticipated media accolades.
Critics of Chisinau’s crackdown on Russian news programmes say it denies Moldovans a fundamental right.
The British prince and his American fiancée visited a youth-led radio station in Brixton, London.
French President Emmanuel Macron says he will introduce a new law against the spread of "fake news" in the lead up to elections.
A journalist was shot dead on Tuesday in the southern Mexican state of Veracruz as he attended a Christmas celebration at his son's school, the latest murder in the country's deadliest year on record for media workers.
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The suicide of a convicted war criminal has highlighted the dominance of nationalist narratives in Croatian politics and media.
Two US funded international media outlets have criticised a media law signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin that will list them as foreign agents.
President Putin has signed a law allowing foreign media outlets to be classified as “foreign agents” in Russia. A parliamentarian believes US fast-food chains should have the same label.
The bill, if passed into law, would force non-Russian media outlets operating on Russian soil to register as 'foreign agents'.
Josh Rivers took the helm at a magazine devoted to diversity but his social media posts were riddled with loathing and intolerance.
The Spanish government accused the Kremlin of trying to "destabilize Spain" by encouraging Catalonia's independence.