The vitality of the Arab web media. First Ebticar call for proposals.

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First Ebticar call for proposals. The vitality of the Arab web media

The quality and quantity of projects that participated in the final selection of the EBTICAR call for proposals, 8th and 9th of July 2014 at the Villa Méditerranée in Marseille (France), offer a clear overview of the richness of digital media in the present Arab world.

Catherine Cornet and Nathalie Galesne

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Ebticar. Web radio, data journalism and micro blogging in the Arab world

The projects participating in the first call for proposals launched by the Ebticar programme confirm the innovative character of online media in the Arab-speaking world. From web radios to micro blogging, they aim to reach out to the most marginalized social actors.

Catherine Cornet

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The first 11 innovative projects selected by Ebticar

Eleven projects shining with creativity, citizen participation and technical knowledge have been selected by the first call for proposals launched by CFI in the framework of the Ebticar program.

Nathalie Galesne and Cristiana Scoppa

 


 

 

 

 

 

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