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Media (R)evolutions: New Publications on Media Development around the World

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New developments and curiosities from a changing global media landscape: People, Spaces, Deliberation brings trends and events to your attention that illustrate that tomorrow's media environment will look very different from today's, and will have little resemblance to yesterday's.

Twice a year, CAMECO, a consultancy specializing in media and communications, publishes a list of selected publications on media and communications in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. This rich resource includes 250 titles, covering recent media developments and project experiences in about 150 countries worldwide. Many of the titles can be downloaded directly.
The following topics are covered in the January – June 2016 edition:

> Audience Research & Media Use
> Children & Media, Youth & Media, Media Literacy
> Christian & Religious Communication
> Cinema & Media Entertainment
> Community Media & Citizen Journalism
> Conflicts, Media & Peacebuilding
> Democracy, Governance & Media, Political Communication
> Development Communication, Environmental Communication, Health Communication
> Disaster & Humanitarian Crisis Communication
> Economics & Management of Media
> Freedom of the Press, Media Policies, Media Legislation
> Gender & Media
> International Communication, Foreign News, Public Diplomacy
> Journalism & Journalism Training
> Media Assistance
> Media Landscapes, Media & Communication General, Media & Society

Here’s a link to the list. You may also want to check out CAMECO’s resource center which houses more than 12,000 online and print publications.

Lastly, the FoME Symposium "Observer, Agitator, Target: Media and Media Assistance in Fragile Contexts" will be held 3rd-4th November in Berlin. Organised by the Forum Media and Development (FoME) in cooperation with the International Communication Section of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), this conference will bring together media development practitioners and researchers to discuss issues such as challenges of fragile statehood for media assistance, the role of media for reconciliation and transitional justice, and safety and protection of journalists in conflict zones. For more details see Registration deadline is 30th September.

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