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Chinese-style 'digital authoritarianism' grows globally — study
Chinese-style 'digital authoritarianism' grows globally — study
Governments worldwide are stepping up the use of online tools, in many cases inspired by China's model, to suppress dissent and tighten their grip...
Ailing US newspapers feel new pain from newsprint tariffs
Ailing US newspapers feel new pain from newsprint tariffs
US newspapers have taken a hit from a shift to digital news and a sharp loss of advertising, but a round of tariffs on Canadian newsprint is...
Cinema in Africa makes a ‘third-reel comeback’
Cinema in Africa makes a ‘third-reel comeback’
Like the plot of an old-fashioned movie, cinemas in Africa are making a third-reel comeback after years of worrying decline.
Fak’ugesi digifest’s for everyone
Fak’ugesi digifest’s for everyone
Next week the Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival opens its doors at the Tshimologong Precinct digital hub, transforming Braamfontein...
Editorial: Clickbait a scourge of digital news era
Editorial: Clickbait a scourge of digital news era
In the past week, a conscious, deliberate attempt to discredit South African media was made through an attack on the Huffington Post. In the...
​The digital age erases the divide between humans and objects
​The digital age erases the divide between humans and objects
Although some of Africa’s natural assets are in danger of being depleted, it remains the last territory on Earth that has not yet been entirely...
[Video]Roper: Investigative journalism more important than ever
[Video]Roper: Investigative journalism more important than ever
Editor-in-chief Chris Roper looks back on the highlights of his time at the M&G, moving to digital and why investigative journalism is paramount.
Grooming journalists for the digital age
Grooming journalists for the digital age
Beneath the ebbs and flows of gathering information as well as the packaging and presentation thereof, it is situated on shifting tectonic plates...
Media need to grow reach
Media need to grow reach
The world is going digital and as it does it is dragging the media and entertainment sectors with it, whether they are prepared for it or not.
Techno-fried brains
Techno-fried brains
Headlines in the British media recently focused on a report that stated that Britons spend more than seven hours a day watching TV, going online,...

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