Tag Archives: South Africa
German Foundation Friedrich Ebert Stiftung has regularly conducted one of the widest assessments of African media environments (and now Asia and Europe), using their Barometer methodology:
Every two to three years a panel of 10 to 12 local experts, consisting of … Read more
By Rob Grabow
This report looks at efforts by governments around the world to use advertising to support local media. It was written in 2010 by five graduate students at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs under the supervision … Read more
Guest Post [cross-posted from the New Media Lab blog] By Guy Berger
South Africa is missing a trick or ten, thanks to our silo policy approach to broadcast and broadband.
You may have thought these two realms, which share the character of being “broad” – … Read more