Crimean media say nothing about coronavirus. To such an opinion came Crimean Human Rights Groupby monitoring 15 Crimean and Russian media sites that regularly publish information on the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic on the peninsula. According to human rights activists, the media in the annexed Crimea do not give people complete information about the coronavirus, and alternative points of view are not presented in such materials. Not a single critical material on the theme of the KKE was recorded.
How do Crimean media write about the situation with coronavirus in the annexed Crimea, mainland Ukraine, neighboring Russia and the world? Why do journalists publish data only from statements by Russian Crimean officials? In what cases did Crimean media violate journalistic standards for full coverage of information? And where do Crimeans look for reliable information about the coronavirus pandemic?
These and other relevant topics in the studio. Radio Crimea.Realities in a talk show “Crimean evening” discussing a presenter Катерина Некречая. Her interlocutors: expert of the Crimean human rights group Irina Sedova; founder “Canli Radio” Naji Femi; Analyst, Ukrainian Institute of Mass Media Alexey Bratushchak.
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