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  • 24 April 2013 | {CATEGORY}

    Journalists Shrug Off President’s Inaugural Insults

    After his inaugural insults, are reporters and editors in the Czech Republic worried President Milos Zeman will be an enemy of free speech?
  • 10 February 2013 | {CATEGORY}

    Is There a Demand for Good News?

    If publisher Nancy Steidl has her way, London will soon have a print newspaper dedicated to reporting the day's news with a positive, solution-focused outcome. Already running a website from her living room, Steidl's team is working a variety of sources to find the funding to become a multi-platform news product.
  • 21 January 2013 | {CATEGORY}

    EU Editors Avoid Russian History With Sceptical Approach to Unpublish Requests

    When a convicted criminal asks a newspaper to remove online information about his crime after he has paid a fine or served jail time and is looking for work, how should editors respond? What about a divorcing couple who wants their wedding announcement deleted from the archives? The EJC contacted editors around Europe to learn about their unpublishing policies - and why you should form one today.
  • 12 November 2012 | {CATEGORY}

    Free European Tool Enables Independent Journalists from Yemen to Brazil

    A look at the a Czech non-profit that has enabled independent newsroom publishing from Yemen to Brazil. What has kept its content management system relevant over its 13-year life, even with competition from industry giants like WordPress, Joomla and Drupal?
  • 20 September 2012 | {CATEGORY}

    Yes, Employers Mind the Gap in Journalism Education

    In Czech Republic, a recent survey of journalists found that 70 percent of polled journalists believe the most negative impact on the quality of Czech media is the low level of expertise amongst journalists. What do journalism schools need to do to help prepare the next generation to report accurately and effectively?