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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro. ©REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
Venezuela accuses CNN of seeking to foment coup

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on Monday accused US-based news network CNN en Espanol of working to promote a coup d'etat as part of a wider media war against his socialist government.

Venezuela accuses CNN of seeking to foment coup
Assel Karaulova. Photo courtesy of vesti.kz
Kazakhstan media should have own opinion on international scandals: expert

Kazakhstan media has to form up its own policy and position when covering international scandals that allegedly involve Kazakhstan citizens: President of Kazakhstan Press Club.

Kazakhstan media should have own opinion on international scandals: expert
Cricket: TV networks tussle for Australian rights
Cricket: TV networks tussle for Australian rights

Australia's Ten Network television has offered Cricket Australia Aus$500 million (US$505 million) in cash for coverage rights over the next five years.

Cricket: TV networks tussle for Australian rights
Photo by Marat Abilov©
Astana Media Center caught fire had 800 evacuated, but many TV channels kept operating in burning building

The investigation into the fire is currently underway to find out its causes.

Astana Media Center caught fire had 800 evacuated, but many TV channels kept operating in burning building
Head of Tengrinews TV Aleksander Zhuravlyov (left) and head of Alash Media Group Batyr Kazybayev (R). Photo by Tengrinews.kz
Tengrinews TV to be launched in Kazakhstan

Internet television Tengrinews TV, a new project of Alash Media Group media holding, was presented at the international exhibition Internet Avenue-2013 in Almaty.

Tengrinews TV to be launched in Kazakhstan
Photo by Danial Okassov©
11th Eurasian Media Forum to cover regional situation after troops withdrawal from Afghanistan

The 11th Eurasian Media Forum will be held in Astana, Kazakhstan.

11th Eurasian Media Forum to cover regional situation after troops withdrawal from Afghanistan
China foreign news ban criticised by media group
China foreign news ban criticised by media group

A press freedom group Thursday criticised a ruling that bans Chinese journalists from quoting foreign news outlets without permission, a move that further tightens Beijing's control of the media.

China foreign news ban criticised by media group
Online pictures of dead birds spur China flu openness
Online pictures of dead birds spur China flu openness

Photos of 10 dead sparrows on a Chinese pavement which went viral on social media and drew a swift official response show how hard covering up a bird flu outbreak would be in the Internet age.

Online pictures of dead birds spur China flu openness
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Britain tries to reassure bloggers on new press rules

The British government has insisted that bloggers and posts on social media would not be caught by a new system of press regulation, but campaigners warned the new rules could be open to interpretation.

Britain tries to reassure bloggers on new press rules
Glimmers of hope for troubled US newspapers: study
Glimmers of hope for troubled US newspapers: study

The US newspaper industry is seeing some glimmers of hope after being battered for years.

Glimmers of hope for troubled US newspapers: study
Australia defends media reforms amid 'Stalinism' claims
Australia defends media reforms amid 'Stalinism' claims

Australia defended proposed media reforms arising from Britain's phone-hacking scandal Wednesday after a heated backlash from Rupert Murdoch's local operations, which labelled them dictatorial.

Australia defends media reforms amid 'Stalinism' claims
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Kazakhstan MP suggests axing private journalism schools

Majilis deputy Aldan Smaiyl has suggested to axe journalism schools in private universities and open one media institute instead.

Kazakhstan MP suggests axing private journalism schools
Venezuela slams media 'lies' about Chavez
Venezuela slams media 'lies' about Chavez

The Venezuelan government lashed out Friday at a wave of rumors about the fate of ailing President Hugo Chavez, branding it "psychological warfare" aimed at destabilizing the nation.

Venezuela slams media 'lies' about Chavez
Mukhtar Ablyazov. Photo by Yaroslav Radlovskiy©
London High Court bans deals with Internet media owned by Ablyazov

Pursuing the lawsuits filed by BTA Bank against its former head Mukhtar Ablyazov, the London High Court has expanded the list of his assets and companies banned from any transactions.

London High Court bans deals with Internet media owned by Ablyazov
Photo by Danial Okassov©
Kazakhstan TV-channels will be available in 110 countries

Kazakhstan TV channels will be available at the territory of 110 countries and the presence of the printed media on the Internet will reach 95 percent of their total number: expert.

Kazakhstan TV-channels will be available in 110 countries
Shocked world media speculates on pope's successor
Shocked world media speculates on pope's successor

The world's media Tuesday speculated on whether the next pontiff may come from the developing world, while paying mixed tributes to Pope Benedict XVI following his shock resignation announcement.

Shocked world media speculates on pope's successor
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Social media stirs Super Bowl ad buzz

This Sunday, nearly 180 million Americans will settle in front of TV sets with beer and chicken wings and, over four hours, watch commercials interrupted by an American football game.

Social media stirs Super Bowl ad buzz
Clinton says will use social media to fight Qaeda
Clinton says will use social media to fight Qaeda

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton promised Wednesday that the United States would use the Internet and social media in its fight against Al-Qaeda and other extremist Islamist groups.

Clinton says will use social media to fight Qaeda
Concerns over media freedoms in Morsi's Egypt
Concerns over media freedoms in Morsi's Egypt

The Cairo cafe is packed with patrons in stitches as television host Bassem Youssef fires his caustic criticism at President Mohamed Morsi, but post-revolution media freedoms have proved no laughing matter for some.

Concerns over media freedoms in Morsi's Egypt
Prince Harry lashes out at press on return from war zone
Prince Harry lashes out at press on return from war zone

Britain's Prince Harry described his "anger" at the media and accused newspapers of printing "rubbish" and depriving him of a private life in comments released as he completed his tour of duty Monday.

Prince Harry lashes out at press on return from war zone