Workshop on teaching business journalism in Johannesburg
At a one-day workshop following this year's Power Reporting conference in Johannesburg, participants from eight sub-Saharan countries discussed possible improvements in teaching business journalism at their universities. Next steps include a “training the trainers” course and further exchange with regard to teaching material and curricula.
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How can public awareness be raised for the important role of blogs and social media? Why are journalistic standards still relevant in new media surroundings? What are successful marketing strategies? These and other questions were discussed at KAS Media Africa’s workshop with social media activists and bloggers from Sub-Saharan Africa.
to KAS Media Programme for Sub-Saharan Africa. A free and independent media is a crucial element of democracy. That is why we are committed to a diverse media landscape to guarantee the monitoring role of journalism, fair media laws and and skilled political communication, with a particular focus on digitalization.
#AfricaBlogging – this hashtag is the result of two days, twelve bloggers, seven countries and 30 digital devices connected to the internet, all in one small room. Between the 7th and 8th October 2014 bloggers from sub-Saharan [...]
Joburg Radio Days 2014
From the challenges through new technology to radio apps as future revenue possibilities for radio stations to digital broadcasting: The fifth edition of the Joburg Radio Days had a wide range of topics on the menu. The main [...]
E-lection Bridge 2014 in Durban
How does one reach out for voters? How does a political party send its political messages in a way that they are heard? How can a successful campaign strategy look like? And how does one deal with mass media professionally? Those [...]
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