Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

This lifeline for independent media could also boost democracy around the world

Saving independent media - particularly local outlets - could help to boost democracy in countries around the world. Image: Unsplash / @wanderluly

Jeanne Bourgault

President and CEO, Internews

Jason Lambert

Senior Director of Media Business, Internews

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