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Low salaries high on list of worries for Argentine journalists

A report from the Argentine Journalism Forum (FOPEA in Spanish) said that low salaries are Argentine journalists' greatest concern. Half of the nearly 1,000 respondents for the 2011 FOPEA Survey reported having a second job. Read more »

Crossing Borders in the Americas: Knight Center to host digital photo exhibit, panel on media coverage of migration

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is hosting an innovative, all-digital photo exhibit and panel discussion on covering migration in the Americas as part of the 2011 Austin Forum on Journalism in the Americas. Read more »

Brazilians take top prize at Latin American investigative journalism conference

The Latin American Conference on Investigative Journalism awarded its top investigative reporting prize to four Brazilians as the conference ended on Sept. 5 in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Read more »

Reporters Without Borders asks Ecuador's president to stop attacks on the press

Reporters Without Borders sent a letter to President Rafael Correa of Ecuador expressing their concern over his hostile attitude and actions against the press in the Andean country. "The watchdog role played by the media, or NGOs, does not necessarily mean that they are your 'enemy,'" the letter ends, signed by Jean-François Julliard, secretary general of Reporters Without Borders. Read more »

Brazilian version of the Huffington Post to launch in November, editor-in-chief Arianna Huffington says

After launching versions in Canada and the United Kingdom, in November The Huffington Post will release a Brazilian edition of the site, announced the president and editor-in-chief of AOL Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington, according to the newspaper O Globo. Read more »

Life sentences handed down for 2007 killing of California journalist Chauncey Bailey

Four years after the killing of Oakland Post editor Chauncey Bailey in California, two men have been sentenced to life imprisonment without parole for the journalist's death, according to IFEX. Read more »

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