• BBC Media Action Research and Insight

    Audiences are at the heart of everything at BBC Media Action. To understand the audiences and the impact we have, the work begins and ends with research. Audience insight and feedback are needed to ensure the programmes are appealing, relevant and effective. BBC Media Action has researchers based in 15 countries around the world. Their job is to provide this evidence base that is used to inform, monitor and evaluate BBC MA work.

  • CAMECO Media Development Library

    CAMECO Media Development Library is a comprehensive collection of literature and training materials related to: Media development and international media assistance; Media landscapes in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Central and Eastern Europe; Development communication; Community media; Christian and religious communication. It holds over 13,000 online and print publications, and pay special attention to training materials, case studies and evaluation reports.

  • Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) Publications

    CIMA’s Publications focus on four cross-cutting issue areas in media development: effectiveness, sustainability, innovation, and funding. The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world. CIMA conducts research. produces written analysis, convenes experts and develops networks of thought leaders.

  • DW Akademie Media Freedom Navigator

    DW Akademie Media Freedom Navigator is an interactive resource based on the 2014 guidebook “Media Freedom Indices – What they tell us and what they don’t”. The guidebook contains detailed information on the different indices’ backgrounds, methodologies, strengths and weaknesses.

  • International Journalists' Network IJNET

    IJNet delivers the latest on global media innovation, news apps and tools, training opportunities and expert advice for professional and citizen journalists worldwide. Produced by the International Center for Journalists, IJNet follows the shifting journalism scene from a global perspective in seven languages – Arabic, Chinese, English, Persian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

  • Internews Center for Innovation and Learning

    The Internews Center for Innovation and Learning supports, captures and shares innovative approaches to communication through a global research and experimentation agenda. The Internews Center for Innovation & Learning is therefore a hub for sharing innovative approaches to communication through global research and experimentation. It strives to bring local expertise to a global audience to catalyze information exchange.

  • IREX's Center for Applied Learning and Impact

    IREX’s Center for Applied Learning and Impact collaborates with its projects around the world to assess impact, identify and apply lessons learned, create innovative approaches, and promote learning. Resources include assessments, case studies, evaluations, manuals, papers, reports, and tool kits.

  • WAN-IFRA World Press Trends

    World Press Trends Database is a searchable tool with data and figures on the global newspaper industry: circulation, readership, revenue, advertising expenditure, digital usage, data for top selling titles in each country and much more.

GFMD MEMBERS

  • The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA)

    The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world. CIMA focuses on four cross-cutting issue areas in media development: effectiveness, sustainability, innovation, and funding. Together, they encompass efforts to improve the capacity and quality of the media sector.

  • DW Akademie

    DW Akademie is Germany’s leading organization for international media development. They center on professional training for media workers and managers and offer intercultural and professional media training workshops in our centers in Bonn and Berlin, as well as traineeships for future DW journalists. DW Akademie also established the “International Media Studies” Master’s program in 2009 which combines the areas of media development, media management, journalism and communications. Freedom of Expression and access to information are at the core of their programs and philosophy.

  • CFI

    As a subsidiary of France Télévisions Group, CFI receives subsidies from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development so as to lead a network of partners from the media sector. On the basis of its previous experience as a television channel, CFI is able to propose responses adapted to the requirements of media operators from the southern hemisphere, whatever the restrictions and working languages. Their aim is to promote modernization and democratization.

ACADEMIC ACTORS

  • The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA)

    The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world. CIMA focuses on four cross-cutting issue areas in media development: effectiveness, sustainability, innovation, and funding. Together, they encompass efforts to improve the capacity and quality of the media sector.

  • DW Akademie

    DW Akademie is Germany’s leading organization for international media development. They center on professional training for media workers and managers and offer intercultural and professional media training workshops in our centers in Bonn and Berlin, as well as traineeships for future DW journalists. DW Akademie also established the “International Media Studies” Master’s program in 2009 which combines the areas of media development, media management, journalism and communications. Freedom of Expression and access to information are at the core of their programs and philosophy.

  • CFI

    As a subsidiary of France Télévisions Group, CFI receives subsidies from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development so as to lead a network of partners from the media sector. On the basis of its previous experience as a television channel, CFI is able to propose responses adapted to the requirements of media operators from the southern hemisphere, whatever the restrictions and working languages. Their aim is to promote modernization and democratization.

RESOURCES
  • BBC Media Action Research and Insight

    Audiences are at the heart of everything at BBC Media Action. To understand the audiences and the impact we have, the work begins and ends with research. Audience insight and feedback are needed to ensure the programmes are appealing, relevant and effective. BBC Media Action has researchers based in 15 countries around the world. Their job is to provide this evidence base that is used to inform, monitor and evaluate BBC MA work.

  • CAMECO Media Development Library

    CAMECO Media Development Library is a comprehensive collection of literature and training materials related to: Media development and international media assistance; Media landscapes in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Central and Eastern Europe; Development communication; Community media; Christian and religious communication. It holds over 13,000 online and print publications, and pay special attention to training materials, case studies and evaluation reports.

  • Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) Publications

    CIMA’s Publications focus on four cross-cutting issue areas in media development: effectiveness, sustainability, innovation, and funding. The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world. CIMA conducts research. produces written analysis, convenes experts and develops networks of thought leaders.

  • DW Akademie Media Freedom Navigator

    DW Akademie Media Freedom Navigator is an interactive resource based on the 2014 guidebook “Media Freedom Indices – What they tell us and what they don’t”. The guidebook contains detailed information on the different indices’ backgrounds, methodologies, strengths and weaknesses.

  • International Journalists' Network IJNET

    IJNet delivers the latest on global media innovation, news apps and tools, training opportunities and expert advice for professional and citizen journalists worldwide. Produced by the International Center for Journalists, IJNet follows the shifting journalism scene from a global perspective in seven languages – Arabic, Chinese, English, Persian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

  • Internews Center for Innovation and Learning

    The Internews Center for Innovation and Learning supports, captures and shares innovative approaches to communication through a global research and experimentation agenda. The Internews Center for Innovation & Learning is therefore a hub for sharing innovative approaches to communication through global research and experimentation. It strives to bring local expertise to a global audience to catalyze information exchange.

  • IREX's Center for Applied Learning and Impact

    IREX’s Center for Applied Learning and Impact collaborates with its projects around the world to assess impact, identify and apply lessons learned, create innovative approaches, and promote learning. Resources include assessments, case studies, evaluations, manuals, papers, reports, and tool kits.

  • WAN-IFRA World Press Trends

    World Press Trends Database is a searchable tool with data and figures on the global newspaper industry: circulation, readership, revenue, advertising expenditure, digital usage, data for top selling titles in each country and much more.

UPDATES
ACTORS

GFMD MEMBERS

  • The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA)

    The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world. CIMA focuses on four cross-cutting issue areas in media development: effectiveness, sustainability, innovation, and funding. Together, they encompass efforts to improve the capacity and quality of the media sector.

  • DW Akademie

    DW Akademie is Germany’s leading organization for international media development. They center on professional training for media workers and managers and offer intercultural and professional media training workshops in our centers in Bonn and Berlin, as well as traineeships for future DW journalists. DW Akademie also established the “International Media Studies” Master’s program in 2009 which combines the areas of media development, media management, journalism and communications. Freedom of Expression and access to information are at the core of their programs and philosophy.

  • CFI

    As a subsidiary of France Télévisions Group, CFI receives subsidies from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development so as to lead a network of partners from the media sector. On the basis of its previous experience as a television channel, CFI is able to propose responses adapted to the requirements of media operators from the southern hemisphere, whatever the restrictions and working languages. Their aim is to promote modernization and democratization.

ACADEMIC ACTORS

  • The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA)

    The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world. CIMA focuses on four cross-cutting issue areas in media development: effectiveness, sustainability, innovation, and funding. Together, they encompass efforts to improve the capacity and quality of the media sector.

  • DW Akademie

    DW Akademie is Germany’s leading organization for international media development. They center on professional training for media workers and managers and offer intercultural and professional media training workshops in our centers in Bonn and Berlin, as well as traineeships for future DW journalists. DW Akademie also established the “International Media Studies” Master’s program in 2009 which combines the areas of media development, media management, journalism and communications. Freedom of Expression and access to information are at the core of their programs and philosophy.

  • CFI

    As a subsidiary of France Télévisions Group, CFI receives subsidies from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development so as to lead a network of partners from the media sector. On the basis of its previous experience as a television channel, CFI is able to propose responses adapted to the requirements of media operators from the southern hemisphere, whatever the restrictions and working languages. Their aim is to promote modernization and democratization.