The annual report contains the most comprehensive data set available on global media freedom from 1980 to the present and assesses the degree of print, broadcast, and internet freedom in every country in the world, analyzing the events of each calendar year.
The past year has brought a new set of opportunities and challenges to the media landscape around the world. Where are the global trends in press freedom headed? Which countries have experienced progress or setbacks? Has political change in the Middle East improved conditions for independent media? And what dynamics are expanding or restricting space for free expression? Join us for a discussion of changes in the media landscape based on the newly released findings of Freedom of the Press 2013.
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