The CNN effect was touted through the 1990s, but today's media-conflict relationship is a bit more complex.
Foreign audiences are more important than ever for Hollywood...so why are we still seeing all-white casts?
The media's potential for empowering marginalized communities through public diplomacy.
Senem Cevik offers Turkey a little PR advice.
A roundup of articles discussing the fate of Voice of America
On Super Bowl Sunday, the US might as well be on a different planet. American football’s annual crescendo is typically the country’s most watched TV show of the year, usually by a considerable margin. Last year’s edition was, by some measures, the third most viewed show in American broadcast history. But on the global stage, it’s a very different story.
Almost as soon as a Russian court convicted activist Alexei Navalny of embezzlement, on highly dubious grounds, in July 2013, U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul tweeted his disappointment at the “apparent political motivations in this trial.” Within minutes that comment echoed across Russia’s social media landscape, eventually generating nearly 1,000 retweets and getting picked up by numerous media outlets.