Australia: Journalists face trial over Cardinal Pell sex abuse case
A Melbourne court banned media from reporting details of a historic sex abuse case involving Cardinal George Pell. Dozens of journalists now face charges for allegedly breaching that order.
Opinion: Tanzanian children face a bleak future under lockdown
Tanzanian schoolkids need to stay at home during the COVID-19 crisis. They are dependent on a variety of media and technologies for their school lessons. Children living in poverty have — once again — been left behind.
Australia to force Google, Facebook to pay for news content
Australia plans to force Google and Facebook to pay when they recycle local media content. Canberra says its lever will be fair competition rules rather than Europe's focus on copyright usage.
WhatsApp reaches 2 Billion users
WhatsApp has reached 2 Billion users two years after announcing a 1.5 Billion mark. The free messaging service and ad-free application was purchased by Facebook in 2014 for $19 billion.
The Guardian hosts marketing and media executives in Lagos
The Guardian Group recently had an interaction with top marketing and media executives. It was an opportunity for everyone present to get to know everything about The Guardian’s media empire. Watch and you too could learn more about our various products and what we stand for.
Nigerian parliament to initiate law to manage legislative affairs reporting
The House of Representatives has vowed to put in place a law that will position media practice in Nigeria in line with global best practices, as well as discourage the dissemination of propaganda and biased reporting of legislative affairs.
Fake or Fact: Media experts discusses misinformation
Disinformation and misinformation are both different from journalism which complies with professional standards and ethics. At the same time, they are also different from cases of weak journalism that fall short of its own promise. Experts in a townhall meeting discuss misinformation.
How Russian media are reporting on the murder of a Chechen man in Berlin
In late August, a Chechen man was shot dead at a Berlin park. Western media reported that the suspect may have ties to Russian intelligence services — but Russia has gone on the offensive to discredit the claims.
All you need to know about The Grand Slam
The Grand Slam is the biggest event in the tennis calendar, which offers the most ranking points, prize money, public and media attention, the greatest strength and size of the field, and greater number of "best of" sets for men.