Media

"That is what the terrorists want": Media as amplifier of violent extremist propaganda

Dr. Haroro Ingram presented at a workshop held by L’École nationale de la magistrature in Paris about how media reporting may act as an amplifier of violent extremist propaganda aims.

DP 2022/02 News Coverage of Fiji’s 2018 General Election Campaign: Insights from a Content Analysis of the National Print and Broadcast Media

This landmark study examines how Fiji’s national news media reported the 2018 Fiji election based on an analysis of the coverage of the six competing political parties: the incumbent FijiFirst part

Contemporary trends in Pacific media and potential implications for society and governance

PLEASE NOTE: This event is a hybrid event and will take place both in-person and online.

Speaker: Dr. Shailendra Singh

Head of journalism, University of the South Pacific.

State of the Pacific 2021 - Media freedom in the Pacific: A COVID-19 era update

An engaging discussion between practitioners and informed experts will consider the latest developments regarding media freedom in the Pacific region. Pacific Island countries have varying levels of media freedom. An ability for the mainstream media to conduct enquiries without hindrance or fear of reprisal is an important element of a democracy. To what extent are journalists able to carry out their work in the Pacific? Have emergency measures designed to address the COVID-19 pandemic created obstacles for reporters on the ground?

IB 2020/29 China’s Media Strategy in the Pacific

This paper analyses how China has both used its own media outlets and engaged with Pacific media organisations to ‘tell the China story’ in the region in recent years.

DP2017/1 State of the Media Review in Four Melanesian Countries — Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu — in 2015

This Discussion Paper looks at the shifting media landscapes in four Melanesian countries in 2015 — Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

The Strategic Logic of Islamic State Information Operations

Published in Australian Journal of International Affairs, 69(6) 2015: 729-52.

Scenario of China's Fault II

In recent weeks there has been a palpable shift in the tenor of China-Japan relations.

Miners ‘Train’ Journalists

This In Brief reports on the fourth annual Media Workshop (8–9 May 2014) sponsored by the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Chamber of Mines and Petroleum for journalis

Mobile Phones and Development in Papua New Guinea: Guiding Principles

This In Brief gives an overview of lessons learnt from three research projects using mobile phones for development purposes, conducted in Papua New Guinea (P

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