COMMENTARY: World Press Freedom Day: Go back to basics in journalism
The Jakarta Post
Journalists around the world are marking World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) on May 3 at a time when the profession faces an uncertain future because of the proliferation of news, including fake news, bombarding and confusing its audience.
With the traditional news platforms, particularly print, facing certain demise, that future is even bleaker in the absence of a business model that ca...
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