Facebook has launched a campaign to battle fake news in Germany, the social media platform announced on Sunday.
Malawi's biggest media house has resumed programming on its radio and television channels after having been closed by the government, one of its editors said Saturday.
The German media joined the nation's political leaders on Friday in roundly attacking a planned conference of the right-wing populist faction in the European Parliament (ENF), which has banned...
Malawi's government has closed the country's largest media house, Times Group, the company said Friday, linking it to its reporting on an alleged corruption scandal.
A US public affairs cable television network said Thursday it was investigating the interruption of its programming by a Russian state broadcaster.
Norway on Wednesday began turning off analogue FM radio, making it the first country in the world to fully transition to digital audio broadcasting (DAB), broadcasting officials said.
Gambian authorities have closed Paradise FM, the fourth radio station to be shut since last week, one of its presenters said Monday.
Russia is increasingly attempting to influence opinion in Sweden, according to a report by the Swedish Institute for International Affairs and reported on in Saturday's Dagens Nyheter newspaper....
The Baltic News Service BNS was back online Saturday after suffering a cyberattack that kept it from broadcasting much news the day before, the agency reported.
As the nature of warfare changes, so do the risks for journalists who cover war. Many news organizations now hire specialist staff to assess these risks and prepare correspondents for the dangers...
Gambian authorities have shut down Taranga FM, a privately owned commercial radio station, the Gambia Press Union said early Monday.
The Czech Republic on Sunday opened a new centre to fight fake news and disinformation on the internet.
A reporter for the Wall Street Journal was arrested and detained in Turkey for two-and-a-half days without contact with his family or employer, the newspaper said Saturday.
A court in Istanbul on Thursday ordered the release of prominent novelist Asli Erdogan and two others from detention on the first day of their trial on terrorism-related charges.
Turkish novelist Asli Erdogan and eight others went on trial on Thursday on terrorism charges.