🎥 Radio in Africa is rapidly moving to a multi-platform, digital world, but the old terrestrial broadcast remains strong. Gavin Meiring, Director of Radio Solutions shares his thoughts about what it means.📌 For more details, read the article of our Fellow, John Masuku: https://medium.com/center-for-media-data-and-society/digital-solutions-expand-radios-impact-in-south-africa-4139b040c62e
Representation in journalism — both in terms of newsroom personnel and in the breadth of reporting — remains a critical issue that many media organizations are facing. In the Pacific Northwest, participants in our roundtable said their papers often struggle to access, reach and engage with Latino audiences in Oregon; an issue they are all keen to remedy.
MP Douglas Ross beat off competition to win the Idiot of the Week title. Within hours only of becoming the Scottish Tory leader on August 5th, Mr Ross said that his goal was to build a “strong” Tory party that could provide “scrutiny and opposition” to the Scottish National Party (SNP), the largest political party in Scotland in terms of seats in both the Westminster and Holyrood parliaments.
In short, he basically conceded defeat even before an election was held.
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