Help or leverage? Government’s opacity with media funding raises questions
The news that an Italian court handed a prison
Human rights violator handed public broadcasting
The man formerly responsible for trampling on the free
How the public broadcaster is letting us down
If Television Malta (TVM) were your only source of
Government proposals ‘more concerned with regulating, than enabling media’
The government’s press freedom proposals have “a long way
The two faces of the government’s attitude towards media freedom
You’d be forgiven for thinking that something, somewhere, got
Government’s press freedom proposals ‘not enough’
The media experts committee appointed by Prime Minister Robert
Julian Assange granted permission to seek appeal against extradition
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Monday was granted the
Defamation law in the hands of ‘malicious parties’ is chilling for journalists – OSCE
The use of criminal and civil lawsuits against journalists
OSCE: Toxic masculinity leads to rising attacks on female journalists
While both men and women in journalism and politics
Media Freedom Rapid Response reports violation against The Shift journalist by court official
An international media freedom violation tracker has sounded the
EU member states approve resolution to support independent, local, and transparent media
On Tuesday 19 October, the European Parliament adopted a resolution
Nobel Peace Prize shows vital role journalism plays in peace and democracy
The award of the Nobel Peace Prize to two
‘Media and freedom of speech are indispensable’ for EU democracy, vice-president of EU commission says
Vice-President of the EU Commission for Values and Transparency
More journalists file legal complaints after being targeted by Pegasus surveillance software
The list of legal challenges against NSO Group continues
Public inquiry conclusions ‘could prevent murder of other journalists’ – Reporters Without Borders
The international campaign director for Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Governments urged to support independent media to avoid ‘extinction event’
Independent journalism is facing a possible “extinction event” due
‘Huge relief’ for family of Jan Kuciak as court overturns acquittals for journalist’s murder
Following the news that Slovakia’s Supreme Court overturned the
British MPs condemn use of UK to silence journalists via SLAPP lawsuits
The UK is being used as a jurisdiction to
Abducted Belarusian journalist’s plight tops list of most urgent cases of injustice against journalists
The kidnap and detention of Belarusian journalist Roman Protasevich
Outrage, demands for action after Belarusian journalist arrest on hijacked Ryanair flight
The international political, media, and human rights communities are
International calls for justice for Greek journalist gunned down in ‘professional hit’
The international human rights and media community has strongly
Countries in which journalists have been murdered should ‘do more’ to protect the press – Jourova
Countries that have experienced cases of murdered journalists should
How state broadcaster, party-owned media shape Malta’s COVID-19 narrative
Malta’s unique media landscape has equipped the government with
Did they even read their own law?
The Department of Information (DOI) has refused to give
This is where the filter bubble leads
The American reality show descended into chaos this week
I never thought it would last three years
The Shift is three years old. While that may

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