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The following transcript is from Daoud Kuttab’s lecture on internet radio in Jordan, hosted by the Center for Media at Risk. He spoke on August 29 at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. About a month ago I was invited to Doha, Qatar, to an international conference in support of independent media. As you might know, Al Jazeera and others are being harassed by internal Gulf conflicts, and the Saudis and the Emirates want to close Al Jazeera down.

In this episode, doctoral student and producer Muira McCammon talks to Afef Abrougui about privacy rights in Tunisia and the role journalists play in unveiling the complexities and paradoxes of internet policy debates in North Africa and beyond.

Video and transcript from the Center for Media at Risk Launch symposium: Journalism at Risk. Moderated by Michael X. Delli Carpini, panelists include Arzu Geybulla, Parker Higgins, Claire Wardle, Jay Rosen and Silvio Waisbord.

Is the edit test a microcosm of bigger challenges in the world of journalism, such as ongoing workforce precarities and diverging attitudes towards journalists' rights? Muira McCammon interviews Zoë Beery to find out.

The following transcript is from Shalini Singh's lecture hosted by the Center for Media at Risk and co-sponsored by the Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI). She spoke on February 14 at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. Some basic facts about India first. India is the second most populous nation after China. It is one third the size of the U.S. and three times the people. It is the land in which Mahatma Gandhi launched the

The following transcript is from Graeme Wood's lecture on Journalism and Risk hosted by the Center for Media at Risk. He spoke on January 30 at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. I write about a lot of different topics, but I'm going to speak today about one that I've never written about, and that I'm actually not especially qualified to talk about, which is the fortunes of foreign correspondents, the careers, the career paths. What I perceive as