African Media Barometer finds standards are falling
The latest African Media Barometer (ABM) released shows that there are falling standards in the Journalism and entire media profession.
The African Media Barometer conducted by fesmedia Africa is an in-depth and comprehensive description and measurement system for national media environments on the African continent.
Assessors monitored the performance of the media in 2011 in some parts of Africa.
But why are the media standards falling and what can be done about this?
WADR begins a series with Ghana and how this West African country fares in the survey, which notes that Ghana is generally doing well, as regards upholding freedom of the press and expression.
Kofi Agyepong, WADR’s Accra Correspondent reports on the findings of the latest African Media Barometer.
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