2016 CGCS visiting scholar Till Waescher, interviews 2016 Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute participant Phillips Anyang Ngong, advocate and legal consultant for Southern Sudan Associated Advocates, to discuss the impact of domestic and foreign news outlets, the limits of media laws when it comes to protecting journalists, and the use of social media during the current crisis.
Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a weekly digest of developing media news stories from around the world. This week’s issue covers the Myanmar protests, Spanish gag law reactions, new encryption laws, and more.
Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a weekly digest of developing media news stories from around the world. This week’s issue covers the EU net neutrality ruling, Myanmar’s media council, Turkish media protests, and more.
Golnoosh Behrouzian, Doctoral Candidate in the School of Communication at The Ohio State University, discusses a study that proposes a new communication construct to assess cognitive and affective reactions to perceived threats to citizens’ media freedom.
This post is part of a series related to the upcoming 2015 Milton Wolf Seminar on Media and Diplomacy: Triumphs and Tragedies: Media and Global Events in 2014, which will take place in Vienna, Austria from April 19-21, 2015. The 2015 seminar is jointly organized by the Center for Global Communication Studies (CGCS) at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication, the American Austrian Foundation (AAF), and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna (DA). For more information, visit the seminar webpage and Facebook page.