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Emily Bell, Steven Waldman, David Skok, and Sarah Stonbely at ISOJ 2022

Public policies already impact journalism in the United States and Canada: pros and cons

The panel “Subsidies and Regulation: How Government Initiatives Can Affect Journalism and the Digital Media Ecosystem” discussed concrete cases of public policies designed to encourage journalism in the United States and Canada.

Gavel sitting on the keyboard of a laptop

With a new communication bill, Ecuador seeks to completely abandon the legacy of its restrictive predecessor

A bill that regulates communication is being discussed in Ecuador. It seeks to be in accordance with international standards and definitively end the legacy of one of the most restrictive communication laws on the continent.

Jornalistas Maria Vitória Ramos e Luiz Fernando Toledo, do Fiquem Sabendo (Cortesia).

Brazilian journalists create task force to obtain documents previously kept confidential by public agencies

Between June 2017 and May 2018, more than 73,000 documents were kept under secrecy by the Brazilian government, but there is little transparency regarding the reasons for doing so, according to the site Fiquem Sabendo.