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.
Journalists are facing an “unprecedented” wave of attacks around the world with increased hostility to the media leading to assaults on individuals as well as press freedom, according to a new report.
The presidential spokesman said it was noteworthy that the corps conducted its election in a transparent manner in tandem with the stance of the president administration.
Six years ago, in cooperation with prestigious news organizations like The New York Times, The Guardian, and Der Spiegel, WikiLeaks began dumping the first of 251,287 pilfered cables that revealed the inner workings of American diplomacy.
Journalism’s moment of reckoning has arrived.
Even after the passage of election campaigns, radio stations, particularly the Frequency Modulation (FM) stations, usually continue to enjoy massive patronage from politicians who want to get their messages across to their supporters.
How did you find yourself in journalism?
I started journalism as a correspondent in May, 1955 in the Daily Commet newspaper in Kano.