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Marina Estarque

Marina Estarque is a Brazilian journalist living in São Paulo. She has worked for Brazilian news organizations such as Folha de S.Paulo, O Estado de S. Paulo, O Dia and the fact-checking agency Lupa. Marina was a correspondent in Brazil for the German international broadcaster Deutsche Welle and a radio reporter for DW Africa in Germany. She also worked as a reporter for United Nations Radio, in New York, and for Spanish newspaper La Voz de Galicia. Marina graduated in Journalism from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and has a Master’s degree in Editorial Journalism from the University of A Coruña (Spain).

Marina Estarque es una periodista brasileña que vive en São Paulo. Ella ha trabajado para diversas organizaciones periodísticas como Folha de S.Paulo, O Estado de S. Paulo, O Dia y en la agencia de fact-checking Lupa. Marina ha sido corresponsal en Brasil del canal internacional alemán Deutsche Welle y reportera de radio de DW África en Alemania. También trabajó como reportera de Radio de las Naciones Unidas en Nueva York y en el diario español La Voz de Galicia. Marina tiene una maestría en edición periodística de la Universidad de Coruña (España) y se graduó en periodismo en la Universidad Federal de Río de Janeiro.

Marina Estarque é uma jornalista brasileira que vive em São Paulo. Ela trabalhou para veículos como Folha de S.Paulo, O Estado de S. Paulo, O Dia e a agência de fact-checking Lupa. Marina foi correspondente no Brasil para a emissora internacional da Alemanha, a Deutsche Welle, e repórter de rádio para a DW África na Alemanha. Ela também foi repórter da Rádio das Nações Unidas em Nova York e do jornal espanhol La Voz de Galicia. Marina é mestre em edição jornalística pela Universidade da Coruña (Espanha) e graduada em jornalismo pela Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.

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El nuevo periodismo digital de Brasil

Brazilian media grew during the pandemic and they are betting on subscriptions

Brazilian digital media outlets like JOTA, NEX and Ponte grew during the COVID-19 pandemic and they are betting more and more on their subscriptions and membership programs to keep themselves afloat.

Research breakfast seminar: Gender, media and politics in the digital age

International scholars: Media needs to serve women better and stop 'feeding into a sexist culture' about female politicians

"When media outlets treat women politicians as women first and politicians second, they are feeding into an already sexist culture where many voters believe that men make better politicians than women," said Dustin Harp

Gender, race and politics

The 19th: Stay away from 'commodity news' and create a newsroom culture that is a 'gold standard' 

Zamora and Ramshaw spoke about how the outlet, which will be launched in Summer 2020, will address the disparities and discrepancies women face and how they are disproportionately affected by certain issues

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Covering the U.S. 2020 presidential election: Journalists discuss the 'absence of on-the-ground reporting' and the 'weirdest campaign ever' 

Smith said that reporters are having to adapt to a new reality, trying to come up with different ways that simulate in-person conversations with voters

Stephen Ferry

"I see my work as a photographer as analogous to forensic anthropology," said photojournalist Stephen Ferry, winner of the 2020 Maria Moors Cabot

Ferry, whose career spans more than three decades, is described as a photojournalist "with the patience of an anthropologist and great humanity" by the Columbia Journalism School.

Sede da rádio comunitária indígena La Voz de Talamanca 88.3 FM, em zona rural da Costa Rica. Foto: Divulgação

Indigenous media in Latin America intensify efforts to bring information about COVID-19 to communities and save lives

With the pandemic, indigenous media have gotten information about the disease to isolated communities, with little or no access to the internet.

Journalist Killed in Mexico

Mexican journalist under government protection is killed in armed attack

Journalist Jorge Miguel Armenta Ávalos, director of the outlet Medios Obson, was killed in an armed attack in Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, Mexico, on May 16, according to information published by the state attorney general.

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Brazilian institute creates journalism web series focused on media literacy

In the face of attacks on journalists and attempts to discredit the press, Instituto Palavra Aberta launched a web series to explain to the lay public how journalism works.

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Journalist volunteers profile COVID-19 victims in Brazil; project inspires newspaper cover and tribute on TV

The collaborative project Inumeráveis (Innumerable) can be summarized in a sentence: "There is no one who likes to be a number, people deserve to exist in prose.” The virtual memorial aims to tell the stories behind the COVID-19 numbers in Brazil, with profiles of the victims written by volunteers. "We wake up every day with a new […]

On World Press Freedom Day, journalists are attacked in Brazil during pro-Bolsonaro demonstration

On World Press Freedom Day, Brazilian journalists were attacked, insulted and expelled from a Brasilia demonstration in favor of the Jair Bolsonaro government and against Congress and the Federal Supreme Court.