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#IPIWoCo recap: Innovations to grab audiences’ attention

  How do we as media grab the attention of our audience and, most importantly, keep it? That was the central question of the IPI World Congress panel on Product Thinking, in which four journalists specializing in innovative journalism shared their views. The panel’s key takeaway: “We need to acknowledge that user needs have changed […]

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Fritt Ord Foundation joins IJ4EU fund as partner

The International Press Institute (IPI) is pleased to announce that the Norway-based Fritt Ord Foundation has joined the 2018 IJ4EU fund as a contributing partner. Fritt Ord has provided IPI with a grant of 200,000 NOK (approximately 26,500 euros) to provide additional financial support to projects selected by the independent jury last month. The additional […]

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Study: criminal defamation unduly limits media freedom

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović today released a comparative study “Defamation and Insult Laws in the OSCE Region” finding that criminal law remains an instrument to excessively limit media freedom. Commissioned by the representative and conducted by International Press Institute (IPI) Director of Press […]

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Turkey denies accreditation to Norwegian correspondent

The International Press Institute (IPI) and its Norwegian National Committee today jointly expressed concern over Turkey’s decision to deny press accreditation to a correspondent of Norway’s Aftenpostennewspaper. The correspondent, Silje Rønning Kampesæter, had applied for a press card shortly after arriving in Istanbul last September. Kampesæter told IPI in a telephone interview that she learned […]

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