What are the spaces for alternative journalism in AKP’s Turkey? And what should “alternative” to the mainstream media mean, really?
- How does Turkey’s regulation on digital contents contribute to shape the country’s (oppressed) media landscape?
- The experience of a German-based news website covering Turkey from abroad tells much on the virtues, as well as the limis, of transnational journalism.
- Jailing, house arrest, investigation, trial, espionage, personal attacks. Here’s how journalists are harassed in Erdogan’s Turkey.
- The first aggravated life sentences for journalists since the failed coup of July 15, 2016 have been handed down in Turkey.
- “I will stay on as the editor-in-chief for culture of this magazine because now I can really do my job as a journalist, I can be the conscience of Egypt and also the rest of the Arab world.” says Mona Anis, of the Al Ahram Weekly, who, on the subject of the Egyptian revolution, explains that, “These young people have surprised us. We did not think the protests would last more than a couple of days.”