On the day in early January when former President Donald Trump encouraged thousands of his followers to storm America’s capitol building during Congress’s session to certify the election of Joe Biden, the most consequential decisions to re-establish order were made not by law enforcement or the military, but by giant tech companies, who decided – on their own, and without government encouragement – to punish the leaders of the failed insurrection. Continue reading
Today, Sony Production Music announced that after ten years, EMI Production Music has returned to its flagship brand name KPM Music. The company also unveiled a modernized KPM logo and symbol, an abstract visualization of vinyl records, reflecting KPM’s evergreen collection and rich heritage. Continue reading
DAZN, the leading global sports streaming platform, will broadcast next week’s prestigious Women’s International Champions Cup (WICC) live in over 120 countries and territories worldwide. Moreover, the tournament – which features four of the most winning European and American club teams in the history of the sport, and includes many players that have just returned from Tokyo with shiny new hardware around their necks – will also be made available for free in those markets on DAZN’s new YouTube channel dedicated to women’s football. Continue reading
TheSoul Publishing, the global digital studio delivering creative, short-form video content that soars on social media, has become the first media publisher to reach an incredible 100 billion social media views in 2021, according to available research data. Reaching audiences across the top social platforms including Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, Pinterest and Snap, the achievement firmly establishes TheSoul Publishing amongst the world’s premier content creators. Continue reading
The All Party Parliamentary Writers Group (APWG) has laid bare Covid-19’s devastating impact on the livelihoods of the UK’s authors and writers and, in its latest report published today, has set out a ‘Ten Point Plan’ to help post-pandemic recovery. Continue reading
Lusaka, Zambia, 04 May 2021 /Press Release/ —
By Mthoniswa Banda
AS the world media celebrates 30 years’ anniversary of the Windhoek Declaration which in 1991 adopted the landmark policy of development of a ‘free, independent and pluralistic media’ in all nations, Zambia which boasts of various media forms, has come a long way in achieving this truly free, independent and pluralistic media.
THE 2021 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY COMMEMORATION
Lusaka, Zambia. May 3, 2021 — The Media Liaison Committee, through its World Press Freedom Day local organising committee, is pleased to announce to all journalists, media institutions and other stakeholders that we shall physically commemorate this year’s event on May 3. In Lusaka, the commemoration will also involve a marchpast from the High Court grounds to the Freedom Statue.
UNESCO.ORG, 3 April, 2021 — There is nothing virtual about online violence. It has become the new frontline in journalism safety – and women journalists sit at the epicentre of risk. Networked misogyny and gaslighting intersect with racism, religious bigotry, homophobia and other forms of discrimination to threaten women journalists – severely and disproportionately. Continue reading
Galaxy owners around the globe now have another way to support their favorite web monetized sites on mobile. The new Coil Add-on (aka browser extension) for Samsung Internet automatically detects web monetized sites and then anonymously streams payments. Voila! Continue reading
Volvo Cars is committed to becoming a leader in the fast-growing premium electric car market and plans to become a fully electric car company by 2030.
By then, the company intends to only sell fully electric cars and phase out any car in its global portfolio with an internal combustion engine, including hybrids. Continue reading