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02/01/2014 | 11:42:37
Some newspapers did not publish anything on January 2nd 2014 in the capital city, most likely for the sake of having a deserved break, recovering their spirits before the next engagement in this new year potentially rich in events to come. [See]

06/12/2013 | 07:50:38
The FREE FM radio station used to be considered as part of the political opposition to the ruling power. Having been shut down several months ago, the station begins to broadcast again by now. Lalatiana Rakotondrazafy, the radio station's leading decision maker, stated that her station would not divert from its original line. Its program number one "Anao ny fitenenanana" also resumed, though without Fidele Razara Pierre in charge, for he is currently making an electoral bid for a position in the next parliament. [See]

09/10/2013 | 12:59:41
An association named « madastudy » took charge and founded it. A free newspaper Gazetin’ny Fifidianana focusing on the incoming elections in Madagascar provides presidential candidates with a one more way to connect with potential voters [See]

24/09/2013 | 08:40:27
They have been silenced when the FREE Fm radio station got closed by the ruling power, one year ago. Lalatiana Rakotondrazafy and Fidele Razara Pierre, Free Fm`s leadiing reporters, decided to dare the step into the political arena, somehow for the sake of getting back on track... or on air. [See]

17/09/2013 | 07:34:44
The electoral campaign and the latest weeks to its official begin happen to be private broadcasters’ second to none opportunity to make big business. In general, prices are exceptionally thrice higher than usual for every possible advertisement service offered by every marketing tool. [See]

13/05/2013 | 07:51:34
the Union of Malagasy Journalists sent a letter to the International Community begging it to react vigourously to the transitional ruling power's led violation of press freedom in Madagascar.In the run of a press conference, the Union's leading office emphasized anew the urgent need to allow some 80 radio and TV stations arbitrarily shut down by the ruling powerover the latest years. The transitional junta has always been playing a deaf ear to these claims. [See]

04/01/2013 | 20:05:06
The FREE FM radio station was keen on broadcasting its programs anew in January 2013. But another condemnation from the court spoils its plans. [See]

04/12/2012 | 07:53:40
The ANTSIVA radio station has turned 18 years old on December 3rd. Its quite diversified audience took the occasion to congratulate its favorite radio station, which has been long playing, into the country’s political life, a role that can’t be played down. [See]

16/11/2012 | 10:23:20
The charges held against four Malagasy reporters triggered the organization of a meeting at the Press Center on November 16th. Three of the concerned reporters attended it, namely Zo Rakotoseheno from MIDI MADAGASIKARA, Rocco Rasoanivo from LA NATION, and Herivonjy Rajaonah from GAZETIKO. All of them hold the latest swift judicial developments as an attempt to deter reactionary voices from speaking out. [See]

24/08/2012 | 11:52:10
A new group of reporters caught sight of the sunlight in the Malagasy capital city, namely the Union of Malagasy Journalists for Human Rights (local UJMDH). Its general assembly agreed on an official statute and elected Mrs. Matavimana Ravao Georgine, reporter for the Malagasy national TV channel (TVM) as first president of the UJMDH. She is equally Pilaza Joreh, the current general secretary at the transitional communication ministry. The UJMDH expects close cooperation with the other associations pushing for the respect and the defense of human rights in Madagascar. Theodor Ernest, reporter for the ACEEM radio channel, was elected as the new group’s vice president [See]

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