Monday , 18 December 2017
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Press

The ruling power deny the MBS station the right to come back for now

The MBS (Malagasy Broadcasting System), the radio and TV stations group founded once by former president Marc Ravalomanana is said to be considering the resumption of its activities according to its officials. In the run of a press conference, the MBS station's editor in chief and lawyers emphatically reminded that the station happens to be free to recover on air at will since actually no justice sentence bans it from doing so. Read More »

Journalists protesting on the streets

Two journalists from the daily newspaper “Madagascar Matin” have been kept in custody by police forces since the evening of July 21st. The reaction from associations and from the Union of Malagasy journalists was almost immediate. An emergency meeting was scheduled on July 22nd and journalists right away proceeded to go down the streets. Read More »

The fear from a new communication code draft

The Ministry of Communication's new workshop will soon be on its way to turn a new communication code out, yet not to some reporters' liking for they have been addressing the issue over several decades so far. Read More »

Rolly Mercia compelled to recover friendly territory

Harry Rahajason, better known as Rolly Mercia, former minister in charge of the transitional Communication department, has been restored as leading Director of businessman Mamy Ravatomanga's press group. The group in question turns out bilingual daily newspapers MATIN and LA VERITE as well as INONA NO VAOVAO published in Malagasy language. Read More »

The Minister in charge of Communication does not announce any better time to come

The Communication Minister broke silence for having repeatedly been called to accounts by reporters during the celebration of the world day of the press, on May 3rd, as well as by the FJKM Protestant Church expecting the RADIO FAHAZAVANA station to be allowed to broadcast again. The Minister declared that the sealed radio stations cases inherited from the transition would be reassessed. Read More »

Fidele Razara Pierre defects to the RADIO PLUS station’ staff

The ditch between the FREE FM radio station's main reporters was growing too much to expect to be bridged again. Lalatiana Rakotondrazafy and Fidele Razara Pierre finally parted their ways after several years of cooperation. Lalatiana keeps on with her leading radio program ANAO NY FITENENANA with FREE FM, while Fidele Razara Pierre decided to go on for his own political program at the RADIO PLUS station, after a brief attempt to dare a step into the political court of big boys. His program and Lalatiana's happen to come on air at the same time. Read More »

Rajoelina supportive media groups gang up on the new President

It must be the dreaded end to the alliance between the new President Hery Rajaonarimampianina and his former political and financial lord and ally Andry Rajoelina. The new Chief of State's strive for independency is definitely not to the former transitional leader's liking, as reflected by Rajoelina's media groups' stands. All of them do jointly set about targeting Hery Rajaonarimampianina every day by now. Read More »