Doğan Media Group (DMG), who is involved in WAN-IFRA leadership, shaped the meeting report concerning Turkey. Basically, by accomplicing this notarious, tax evading Media Conglomeration, WAN-IFRA loses its credibility… DMG brought the war to a new front, like some pro-Establishment people bringing the war against the civilian government in credible Western media organizations…
Hyderabad — I spent the last three days in Hyderabad, India, trying to talk some sense into the entire leadership of the World Association of Newspapers (WAN-IFRA) and World Editors Forum (WEF).
By Fatih ALTAYLI
Dogan Group newspapers reported the WAN?s and IFRA?s harsh critics about media freedom in Turkey. I have no objection about the statement of the WAN and the IFRA.”
Hyderabad ? The Hürriyet newspaper?s chief columnist, Oktay Ekşi, who is adept in creating appellations for people whose ideas he does not like, described a group of journalists, including me, as ?virtue fighters? in his column yesterday.
Hyderabad — Consider a media group that controls about 60 percent of the media sector in a country and that categorically sides with militaristic and antidemocratic practices with its publications and broadcasts
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