Journalism


2016, a deadly year for journalists

By Samira Sulayman 2016 saw 93 officially recorded murders of journalists during the course of their work The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust.  As…


Journalist killed after criticising officials

By Priya Chopra A journalist has been killed after criticising officials over illegal drugs lab A provincial newspaper publisher and columnist has been shot dead after writing an article alleging official negligence over a recently discovered methamphetamine laboratory. The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUP) has spoken out…


ODI report shows open data creates business value

By Natalie Ferguson     An exclusive Open Data Institute report suggests companies such as Reuters, Arup and Sungenta are using open data to help reduce risk, overcome challenges in business and gain a competitive edge.   The report discovered these companies have adopted an open approach to keep pace…


Letters to the editors

Your letters, sent to our editors We always welcome readers’ letters here at The International and on a daily basis we receive stacks, mainly via email, from around the world. Photographs, stories, letters of support, invitations to events, questions about journalism, even keen eyed readers picking up on some of…