THE CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ASSISTANCE ANNOUNCES NEW SENIOR DIRECTOR
Nick Benequista named to lead media development arm of the National Endowment for Democracy.
CIMA: SURVEILLANCE FOR SALE: HOW CHINA AND RUSSIA EXPORT...
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
The rapid proliferation of censorship and surveillance technology around the world is threatening human rights. These technologies are no longer limited to countries who have the resources and technical capabilities to build them from scratch. Authoritarian governments across the globe are acquiring state of the art repression technology at an alarming rate. These technologies are then used to target journalists and human rights defenders, stifle free speech, and undermine democracy.
CIMA Event: SUPPORTING THE FOURTH ESTATE: WHAT’S BEEN...
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
The world has reached a tipping point in the state of vibrant news media. Press freedom has fallen to its lowest point in over a decade, while the media system as a whole battles declines in revenue, audience trust, and the independence it relies upon. In this context, how much as been done to support free, impartial, and pluralistic news media? Is it enough?
CIMA Event: MEDIA CAPTURE: HOW THE MIX OF MONEY AND POWER...
05:00 PM - 07:00 PM
The topic of a new book published by the Center for International Media Assistance and Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, media capture is a growing phenomenon linked to both the resurgence of authoritarian governments and the breakdown of traditional media markets.
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