In the past decade, Pakistan’s media has become larger, more powerful and more independent. The number of private television channels has grown from just three state-run channels in 2000 to 89 in 2012. But the challenges to practicing journalism are also growing.
China’s new leadership will soon set the agenda for the world’s most populous country for the next decade. Changes in the Communist government’s top tier could affect censorship practices — and make it either easier or harder for journalists to report on Chinese issues.
According to a recent poll, two-thirds of Americans believe that media coverage of religion is too sensationalized. So how could journalists best cover the subject in a fair and balanced way? To find out, Global Journalist spoke to two journalists that have devoted years to the religion beat.
Missouri School of Journalism Dean Dean Mills acknowledges the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and other contributors who have helped fund and run the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute today at the University of Missouri in Columbia.
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Missouri School of Journalism Executive Director Randy Picht introduces a video on the Reynolds Journalism Institute today at the University of Missouri in Columbia.