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Turkey Online Master Class: Visual Storytelling for New Formats (Dec. 7, 2022)

Visual short-form content, particularly short documentaries and video explainers, have proven to be a popular format for independent journalists in Turkey. In this fourth master class for IPI’s Turkey Digital News Accelerator, we host Natalia Guerrero, a senior journalist at BBC Reel. Guerrero will take us on a deep dive into the crucial role of […]

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IPI Freedom Dialogues Turkey: MEP Nacho Sánchez Amor on ‘disinformation’ law, accession process

Also available on: The 31st episode of IPI’s podcast series IPI Freedom Dialogues: Turkey is out now! Previous episodes of IPI’s Freedom Dialogues: Turkey podcasts are available here. In this episode, host Cansu Çamlıbel invites Nacho Sánchez Amor, the European Parliament’s rapporteur on Turkey, to discuss Turkey’s newly adopted “disinformation” law and its potential ramifications as well as […]

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IPI to hold its second Annual Turkey Media Symposium in Izmir (Nov. 11)

Organized by the International Press Institute (IPI) Turkey National Committee and co-hosted by Izmir University of Economics on its campus in Izmir on November 11, 2022, IPI’s second annual Turkey Media Symposium, entitled “Media Economy and Financial Sustainability”, will bring together a new generation of young journalists and journalism students from across Turkey with international and […]

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Turkey: 11 Kurdish journalists detained in simultaneous house raids

The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of editors, journalists, and media executives, condemns the detention of 11 Kurdish journalists in Turkey on October 25, 2022. The detentions took place across several different cities as part of what authorities claimed was an “anti-terror operation”. Turkey regularly abuses anti-terror law to target journalists, who are […]

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