This is the presentation i prepared to deliver at the Uganda Journalists Association organised Media Dialogue at Hotel Africana on May 3rd 2012.I was asked to present on the marriage between new media and legacy media, under the general theme of New Voices helping the media transform Society. The presentation can be downloaded here or How Legacy [ Read More ]
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The New Vision, Uganda’s leading daily newspaper recently ran a story about its ranking as the 4th most popular newspaper website in Africa by the 4 International Media & Newspapers based in Australia. There were a number of reactions to the ranking with some saying New Vision had got the recognition it deserves, while others [ Read More ]
“A photo tells 1,000 words”, so goes a popular journalism saying. How many words, then do 10 or more photos tell? Photos present more reality of what you as a journalist are reporting or telling your audience members and every newspaper will tell you photos are more popular than their text content. But because of [ Read More ]
Objectivity is one of those cardinal principles of journalism which denotes that journalists and media houses should be impartial in their reporting and coverage. There has been a long standing debate on whether journalists and media houses are indeed or can be objective. Many media houses will insist and market themselves as the most of [ Read More ]
Imagine a world where all journalism was of the people, by the people, for the people. Where all people have a chance to participate, where anyone has a chance for their voice to be heard, where all participations in the media are geared towards the people, and where people (general public interest) are the center [ Read More ]
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