Broadcasting

Audit finds tax-funded forestry institute in Oregon misled the public and may have broken state law

This article was produced in partnership with Oregon Public Broadcasting and The Oregonian / OregonLive. You can join The Oregonian / OregonLive special projects newsletter and Oregon Public Broadcasting’s newsletter. Oregon Public Broadcasting is a member of the ProPublica local reporting network. The tax-funded Oregon Institute of Forest Education misled …

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Hong Kong bans broadcasters from saying “Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen” – Radio Free Asia

Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), a government department that enjoyed editorial independence before a draconian national security law banned criticism from authorities in July 2020, has been ordered to cease appointing Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen as chairman. The broadcaster, which restructured in February to allow a government-appointed committee to oversee …

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Nigerians respond as National Broadcasting Commission orders radio and TV stations to stop reporting “details” of insurgent attacks

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has ordered media houses to refrain from disclosing details of assaults by bandits and terrorists. NBC issued the order in a statement Friday. The statement reads: “The headlines of most newspapers are full of security-related topics on a daily basis. While bringing security information to …

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5 takeaways from 2021 Emmy nominations

This year’s Emmy nominations cover a time when the coronavirus pandemic has rocked the television industry. It is therefore logical that the shows and performances announced on Tuesday include choices that are a little… unconventional. Netflix’s pursuit of The Karate Kid franchise, Cobra Kai, nominated for best comedy series? Lovecraft …

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