[FoME] BBC Media Action triggers important debate on media for development

Jonathan Marks jonathan at jonathanmarks.com
Sa Jan 25 14:52:41 CET 2014

Hello colleagues,


I have been following this mailing list for some time. Just wanted to
contribute some thoughts after reading an excellent policy paper by James
Deane of BBC Media Action. What triggered it for me though, was a debate
this week in Washington DC in which the state of media in fragile states was
discussed in some depth.


I've put the thoughts into a blog post here.


Delighted to see the new paths announced for the Deutsche Welle. Definitely
a step in the right direction.


Regards to people who remember me,


Jonathan Marks





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