Internews International

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  Abamedia (Fort Worth, Texas, USA)
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bamedia produces television, film, new media, and archival properties for the global marketplace.

 

  Center for Independent Journalism (Bucharest, Romania)
The CJI, opened in 1994, offers courses and specialized training for journalists and media organizations and organizes seminars, debates, roundtables and professional assistance focusing on media specific problems.


  Centre for Internet Development (Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro)

 

  Globe International (Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)
Globe promotes the free flow of information and works to sustain free and independent media through supporting a favorable legal environment, journalism traing, and legal aid to journalists.

 

  Indonesia Media Law and Policy Centre (Jakarta, Indonesia)
The IMLPC is a non-profit corporate body, working as a centre for media law and policy studies for Indonesia, with the aim of improving democracy, press freedom, human rights, and freedom of the information access through the media in Indonesia.

 

  Institute of Modern Media (Al-Bireh, Palestine)
The IMM (part of Al-Quds University) works since 1996 to improve the local independent audio-visual media, and increase the local community awareness and involvement in nation building, community development, pluralism, democracy, human rights and freedom of speech.

 

  Intermedia (Islamabad, Pakistan)
Intermedia is a non-profit supporting independent media across Pakistan.

 

  Internews Interactive (San Rafael, California, USA)
InterAct uses digital technologies to give Americans new ways to participate in public dialogue, to promote understanding and help people resolve issues in the US communities, nation and the world.

 

  Internews Middle East (East Jerusalem)
Internews Middle East has trained and supported Palestinian media professionals and has provided support for local television stations. It sponsors the Arabic Media Internet Network (AMIN), a major source of Palestinian opinion on the Internet.

 

  ISOC Bulgaria
The Internet Society (ISOC) Bulgaria is a non-governmental organization incorporated in Bulgaria in 1995. ISOC Bulgaria is also a recognized chapter of the international Internet Society, headquartered in Reston, Virginia, USA and Geneva, Switzerland.


  Media Centre (Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro)
The Media Centre is the only multimedia organization in South Eastern Europe providing full-scale services in the media sphere. It was founded by the Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia in 1994.

 

  Media Development Center (Sofia, Bulgaria)
The Media Development Center was established in 1998 to foster the development of independent media in Bulgaria.

 

  Media Diversity Institute (London, UK)
The MDI is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that mobilises the power of media to lessen inter-group conflict, advance minority and human rights, and support deeper public understanding of all types of social diversity.

 

  Media Commissioner Institute (Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic)
The MCI was established in 2005 as an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization to provide support for the institution of a media ombudsperson in the Kyrgyz Republic and to, more generally, strengthen media policy in the country.

 

  Media Rights Agenda (Lagos, Nigeria)
MRA was established in 1993 as an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization for the purpose of, among other things, promoting and protecting media freedom and freedom of expression in Nigeria. 

 

  MHz Networks (Washington DC, USA)
MHz NETWORKS promotes intercultural understanding through intelligent programming and outreach. MHz is an independent media pioneer that delivers programs from around the world on air and online in more than 20 different languages.

 

  Pro Media Indonesia (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Pro Media Indonesia (PMI) promotes independent media, trains journalists and station managers in the standards and practices of professional journalism, produces innovative radio programming and Internet content, and advocates for media laws that respect freedom of expression.


  Stanhope Centre (London, UK)
The Stanhope Centre for Communications Policy Research provides a forum for open dialogue and scholarship related to media law and policy around the world.

 

  Timor Leste Media Development Center
The TLMDC supports non-governmental media across Timor Leste, with an emphasis on community radio.

 

  Worldlink TV (San Francisco, California, USA)
Link TV broadcasts programs that engage, educate and activate viewers to become involved in the world. These programs provide a unique perspective on international news, current events, and diverse cultures, presenting issues not often covered in the U.S. media.

 

 

 

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