Government of Venezuela revokes credentials to journalists from CNN

Government of Venezuela revokes credentials to journalists from CNN

The Government of Venezuela revoked the credentials of journalists from CNN after the President of the country, Nicolas Maduro, criticized the media coverage of political protests made by the TV Network . Maduro had threatened to expel CNN from Venezuela this Thursday  if they...
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Several journalists were detained in Portoviejo

Journalists from Ecuavisa, GamaTV and Canal 30 of Manabi, were arrested last night in El Rodeo prison of Portoviejo on charges of threatening state security. They had been told to go along with the police at 06:00 today, to carry out a surprise operation, but were stopped by...

High Record of Journalists in Prison

179 journalists were imprisoned worldwide in 2011. According to the report of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) published today, this is the highest number of journalists imprisoned in the last 15 years in Iran, Eritrea and China. The non-governmental association in New...
“Latin America: murdered information” Discussion arrives to Madrid

“Latin America: murdered information” Discussion arrives to Madrid

Today a discussion with journalists from Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico and Colombia, entitled ‘Latin America: murdered information’, will be held after Reporters without Borders moved to Spain. This conference, which will be held in the School of Information Sciences of...

Colpin: Investigative Journalism is in Great Peril

Investigative journalism of Latin America is in great risk, this was one of the conclusions of the Latin American Conference of the Investigative Journalism (Colpin by its Spanish acronym) 2011. For four days Guayaquil was the city that sponsored the meeting of media...