Freedom fickle for world's press

Spade, Gina
October 1994
Quill;Oct94, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses challenges facing media and press freedom in different countries. Threat of economic pressures and ethical guidelines on emerging free press; Freedom House annual survey showing decline in press freedom; Council of Europe's proposal to give uniformity to journalism training and standards; Differences in the culture and role of journalists. INSET: Organizations training journalists worldwide..


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