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With AI, the media development sector faces new disruptions of the global information sphere. Experts see the need for a joint effort.
Queer people get hardly any coverage. News reports are often stereotypical and sensationalist. This needs to change, writes guest author Kaustav Padmapati.
Newsrooms can leverage digital technology to strengthen journalism, writes tech policy researcher Kristophina Shilongo.
AI-driven, text-producing machines are altering our digital media environment – and pose new threats to information integrity.
Since the Taliban takeover, women have faced systematic repression in Afghanistan. A women-led investigative newsroom tells their stories.
AI is being used to manipulate, but the technology also offers ways to combat propaganda and hate speech.
Kyrgyzstan increasingly restricts press freedom. Reporters without Borders and DW Akademie are advocating for democratic reforms.
Traditional media business models have collapsed, and donor funding is rarely long term. Without sustainable resources, public interest media simply cannot deliver and sustain their operations.
In the vicinity of major authoritarian powers, the South Caucasian country struggles to keep its press free amidst regional conflict.
A mixed-methods study conducted by DW Akademie in Niger offers actionable insights on how to improve dialogue.
AI shakes up the media sector: Scholar Peter Bruck talks about measures that media houses can take to keep up with developments.
Local journalism in Ukraine has persevered and adapted since the start of the war. What are the most pressing challenges?
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