Posts Tagged ‘Journalists’

Journalists be truthful Comments 0

Friday, October 7th, 2016

Journalists be truthful. The Pope’s latest prayer intention is for journalists’ work to always be motivated by strong ethics and respect for the truth. The Pope’s prayer video, released this week, opens showing scenes of a television studio, recording studio, writing desks and satellites, which flash across the screen as the Pope speaks. Read more Read more

Priest, woman accomplice found guilty in Vatileaks II trial Comments 0

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

A priest is facing jail time and a woman accomplice has been given a suspended sentence at the conclusion of the “Vatileaks II” trial. A Vatican court acquitted two Italian journalists whose books contained material from leaked confidential financial documents. The court ruled it did not have jurisdiction over Gianluigi Nuzzi and Emiliano Fittipaldi. But Read more

Vatican trial of journalists, whistleblowers resumes Comments 0

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

A Vatican trial of journalists and alleged whistleblowers who allegedly procured and revealed information and documents concerning “the fundamental interests of the Holy See” resumed on Monday, March 14. The trial has been adjourned for three months to enable computer experts to recover deleted email, text and WhatsApp messages between some of the accused. Francesca Read more

Samoa: St Marys College welcome a special visitor Comments 0

Friday, July 18th, 2014

Students of St Marys College welcomed a very special visitor last week. She is short story author and journalist, Sara Vui Talitu, the woman behind popular books such as “Guilty Rain” and “Ma’a.” “It’s a way for me to encourage the young writers to be sincere, humble and to write out of necessity to say Read more

Timor Lesté plans to clamp down on journalists Comments 0

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

The Timor Lesté  parliament has adopted a new media law that does not differentiate between journalists and social media users. It will impose licensing for journalists and a narrow definition of a “journalist” and potentially bars foreign journalists. Journalists are expected to fall into line with the government’s media definitions and foreign reporters could be Read more

Good and evil in the media Comments 0

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

How is the world turning – what does the future hold for us all? The news is full of the dark stories, the more shocking the better, it seems. If someone wants to try to do some good for others, someone is sure to dig up some angle that reflects badly on the person, maybe Read more