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The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) has been officially proposed for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize, announced Poynter.
Tempo weekly magazine has won the 2020 Adinegoro Award in the category of Print Media with the coverage titled "Jalan Pedang Dai Kampung".
Australia finalized plans to make Facebook Inc and Google pay its media outlets for news content to protect independent journalism.
Tempo and a number of Asian media join the #AsianStories program to support collaboration works for investigative reports.
Legal Aid Institute for the Press (LBH Pers) condemns the hacking against Tempo.co and asserts that hacking is different to criticism.
Tempo.co editor in chief, Setri Yasa, condemns the hacking on the Tempo.co website and deems it an attempt to silence media.
Tempo weekly magazine won the 2019 Adinegoro Award for the category of in-depth reporting for a print mass media.
Communication and Information Minister Rudiantara said Indonesia had become an example of a country with good press freedom.
Turkey deported a 31-year-old journalist on Thursday who works for Dutch newspapers, accusing her of links to an al Qaeda offshoot.
Reporters will be the guests of honor at the New Year's Eve party in New York's Times Square on Monday.
In the example of the media industry, females are underrepresented, with only 10 percent of Indonesia`s 14,000 journalists consisting of women.
An Iran court imposes a six-month publishing ban on a state-owned newspaper for allegedly false reporting.
Although he has no knowledge of Arabic, Pram managed to produce exceptional articles and photos during his visit to Syria.
Tempo journalist Pramono admitted he was constantly filled with fear during his time in Syria.
Armin Wertz was captured last May. The 68-year old journalist admitted he does not know why he was finally released.
The Timor Leste government considered that their mass media suffer from a lack of professionalism, accuracy, and ethics.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) reported that thirty-nine percent of journalists were killed in areas of conflict, such as Syria and Somalia.
A Syrian photographer who took pictures for Reuters on a freelance basis has been killed while covering fighting in Kindi Hospital in Aleppo, Syria.
Two recipients of the award are Melati Kaye from Indonesia and Amy West.
Five journalists were detained over military-related publication.