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Five months on from the military coup, how is the media operating and what is its future?
African listeners give their verdict on the World Service’s Ebola service on WhatsApp
How global news stories are perceived in the West Coast of America
Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.
Has coverage of the Hong Kong protests been distorted?
BBC World Service launches a new programme to cover the Ebola outbreak
How is an ever changing digital world affecting news and independent journalism?
How media organisations are covering Scotland's referendum
How do news organizations set about verifying content which is posted on social media?
A question on the way the statistics are being presented
A new Russian law is imposes restrictions on users and requires bloggers to register
What is the BBC's "dual role" when it comes to covering the Ebola outbreak story?
The challenge of reporting Gaza
What impact will a planned £50m cut to BBC News have on BBC World Service?
The new ‘pop-up’ news service on Facebook for listeners in Thailand
Did coverage of the World Cup impact on reporting other global news stories?
The 'weird' or the 'fun' and consumption via mobile buck the latest trends in news
What our audience profiles and their consumption tell us
How the media in Kosovo has developed in the last decade, and listeners' soundscapes
In the wake of the Karachi airport attack what are the challenges of reporting Pakistan?
The competition among broadcasters for international sports broadcast rights
What can be done to make journalists safer in their work?
Is it fair to describe Boko Haram as Islamist?
BBC Newsday editor Simon Peeks on balancing African and global news coverage
How the local and global media have reacted to the story of Nigeria's missing schoolgirls
How much coverage is the Scottish independence referendum getting on the World Service?
The challenges of reporting and broadcasting Afghanistan's elections
Is the BBC focusing too much on Pistorius and not enough on other African stories?
Some of the views of freedom that emerged from 1000 responses to the question