Mongolia’s Media Laws Threaten Press Freedom 0

For more than 70 years, one fixture of Mongolian life was not unlike that of its closest neighbors. During the Soviet period, the sole source of information in the then-satellite

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Myanmar journalists exchange experiences in Mongolia 0

Twenty journalists of prestigious Burmese news agencies are attending a five-day workshop in Ulaanbaatar to learn how Mongolia adopted democracy and its experiences that led to it. The event is

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BBC woman died a day after seeking help from therapist 0

The partner of a campaigning BBC journalist paid tribute to her today after an inquest heard she was found dead a day after unsuccessfully trying to contact her therapist. Polly

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M.Munkhmandakh: How far can we go when the public’s distrust in Mongolian journalism reaches an all time high and journalism is no longer valued? 0

The following is an interview with the Executive Director of the Press Institute of Mongolia and journalism PhD, M.Munkhmandakh, about current condition and pressing issues in Mongolian journalism.   -You

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Mongolia National Media Conference reviews assessment based on IPDC’s Media Development Indicators 0

More than 150 representatives from across the Mongolian media sector (public and private media outlets, as well as community radio and media associations) and relevant government officers worked with international

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MONGOLIAN JOURNALISTS WILL HEAD USA TO STUDY 0

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ The Presidential Office will continue for journalists a program on studying in the USA. This program has been worked out on a curriculum of American Councils for International

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Spain warms to Mongolia – a new take on satire 0

20 October 2013 Satirical magazine borne of the financial crisis, Spain’s version of Private Eye pokes fun at the corrupt, the powerful and the press When the Spanish king Juan

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Lack of legal environment in the media sector acknowledged 0

The second National Session of Press Media Managing Officials discussed “Free Journalism Legal Environment” at the Government Palace on October 4. On the initiative of the Press Institute of Mongolia,

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What Bloomberg employees can see when they snoop on customers 0

Bloomberg LP is in damage-control mode. Some of its largest customers have publicly accused the firm’s journalists of snooping on their usage of Bloomberg terminals, the firm’s wildly profitable information

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