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IPI Turkey Digital Media Report: ‘The New Mainstream’ Is Rising (And It Seeks Support)

International Press Institute (IPI) presents one of the most exhaustive studies on the current capacity and professional needs of digital journalism in Turkey. Prepared by IPI’s Turkish National Committee Vice President Emre Kızılkaya and journalist Burak Ütücü, the 68-page report evaluates the digital impact of Turkey’s independent media outlets, based on millions of data points […]

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Report Launch (March 3, 2021): ‘The New Mainstream Media’ is Rising (And It Seeks Support)

On March 3, 2021, at 15:00 pm (CET), the International Press Institute (IPI) will launch the new IPI Turkey Digital Media Report: ‘The New Mainstream Media’ is Rising (And It Seeks Support). The report contains the findings of an extensive study on digital capacity, impact and needs of independent journalism in Turkey. The study was […]

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Turkish broadcast regulator continues pattern of fining critical media

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, today condemned the latest fines issued by Turkey’s broadcast regulator against a number of television stations over content critical of the government and its allies. According to local reports, the reasons for the fines issued by the […]

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Analysis: Turkey’s judiciary and press freedom: Farewell to a fair trial

Freedom of press is one of the main requirements of a democratic society. As the public watchdog, the press greatly contributes to public debate and ensures accountability by imparting information about the actions and statements of those in power. Yet despite this crucial role, there is a rising trend of heavy interference in the freedom […]

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