Trump vs. News Media: A war neither party will win?

By Uchenna Ekwo Thursday’s coordinated editorial campaign by over 350 newspapers in the United States that denounced President Donald Trump’s unrelenting attacks on the news media amounts to a formal declaration of war between the two institutions of American democracy: the executive and the fourth estate of the realm. Prior…

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Coronavirus and accountability in the media

As the novel coronavirus spreads across the United States, journalists are scrambling to keep the public informed about the outbreak and the response. Many are risking their own health to report on the outbreak from the front lines. Despite the two-month barrage of media coverage since the first US case…

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Communication Challenges and Political Ideologies in Africa : A Case Study of Ivory Coast

Communication Challenged and Political Ideologies in Africa : A Case Study of Ivory Coast Edmond DOUA, Ph.D. is currently Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Information and Communication Sciences at the Faculty of Information, Communication and Arts (Félix Houphouët-Boigny University of Ivory Coast). Expert in Media Communications, Corporate…

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